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Great American Adaptation Road Trip in 7 Minutes

Created: 12/18/2013 - Updated: 2/12/2019

Abstract

Kirsten Howard and Allie Goldstein, recent graduates of the School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan, spent three months traveling around the United States collecting 'stories of climate resilience'--examples of people and places adapting to the impacts of climate change. They visited 31 states and conducted 158 interviews with natural resource managers, climate scientists, farmers, city planners, business owners, artists, and more. This is the 7-minute version of their summer. Check out the full story at www.adaptationstories.com.

Published On

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Keywords

Sector Addressed: 
Culture/communities
Education / Outreach
Target Climate Changes and Impacts: 
Air temperature
Culture / communities
Economics
Fire
Flooding
Flow patterns
Habitat extent
Infrastructure damage
Precipitation
Public health risks
Public safety threats
Salinization / Saltwater intrusion
Sea level rise
Species of concern
Storms or extreme weather events
Water supply
Water temperature
Climate Type: 
Temperate
Sociopolitical Setting: 
Urban
Rural
Suburban
Industrial

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