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Congratulations to the 2020 Climate Adaptation Leaders!

The Climate Science Alliance is proud to announce the recipients of the 2020 Climate Adaptation Leadership Awards. Recipients were selected for their commitment to working collaboratively and their innovative approaches to advancing climate resilient solutions. Check our 2020 Climate Adaptation Leaders here! The Climate Science Alliance is proud to announce the recipients of the 2020 Climate Adaptation Leadership Awards. Recipients were selected for their commitment to working collaboratively and their innovative approaches to advancing climate resilient solutions. “Today we recognize individuals who are working collaboratively through the Climate Science Alliance to develop and use innovati

Meet the Alliance Team: Will Madrigal

While the Climate Science Alliance is composed of a large, diverse network of stakeholders and community members - there is a core team working hard behind the scenes to connect the climate dots. We invite you to get to know our team and what drives them in this fun new series. Team Member: Will Madrigal, Jr. Position: Tribal Capacities and Partnerships, Program Manager Describe What You Do With the Climate Science Alliance: This position has the primary function of facilitating engagement activities with scientists, stakeholders, and partners across the region and beyond, with particular focus on building pathways for engagement, support, and partnership with Tribal partners. Specifically,

Meet the Alliance Team: Ana Lutz-Johnson

While the Climate Science Alliance is composed of a large, diverse network of stakeholders and community members - there is a core team working hard behind the scenes to connect the climate dots. We invite you to get to know our team and what drives them in this fun new series. Team Member: Ana Lutz-Johnson Position: Collaboration and Engagement Coordinator Describe What You Do With the Climate Science Alliance: As the Collaboration and Engagement Coordinator, I have the pleasure of working collaboratively with diverse stakeholders to advance projects focused on climate change science and solutions. My duties span from social media and project management, to stakeholder engagement and event

Perfiles de la Península: INPACVI

Perfiles de la Península es una serie dedicada a resaltar a los colaboradores del Baja Working Group y sus proyectos. El perfil de esta semana es sobre INPACVI (el Instituto de Planeación Ambiental y Calidad de Vida), y sus esfuerzos para crear paisajes resilientes en Baja California. Read this blog in English here. Perfiles de la Península es una serie dedicada a resaltar los colaboradores del Baja Working Group y sus proyectos. Cada semana, compartiremos un nuevo perfil en la forma de un blog como este. Se puede encontrar más información sobre el grupo de trabajo aquí. “Naturaleza y sociedad en armonía”. Ese es el lema del Instituto de Planeación Ambiental y Calidad de Vida (INPACVI), el c

Profiles from the Peninsula: INPACVI

Profiles from the Peninsula is a series dedicated to spotlighting the partners who make up the Baja Working Group, and their projects. This week’s profile is on INPACVI (the Institute for Environmental and Quality of Life Planning, in Spanish), and their efforts to create more resilient landscapes in Baja California. Puedes leer este blog en español aquí. Profiles from the Peninsula is a series dedicated to spotlighting the partners who make up the Baja Working Group, and their projects. Each week, we will bring you a new profile in the form of a blog like this one. More information about the working group can be found here. “Nature and society in harmony.” That’s the motto of the Ensenada-b

From the Artist’s Perspective: Visualizing Refugia

The Climate Science Alliance, in partnership with the Connecting Wildlands & Communities (CWC) Team at San Diego State University, is excited to host Kim Reasor as our 2020 Climate Art Fellow. Kim has been working with the team since June to visualize the major take homes of this project for a public audience. In this edition of “From the Artist’s Perspective,” hear from Kim directly on how the process is going and what she has completed so far! Developing a Venn diagram version of my climate refugia idea. I’ve spent the first few weeks learning, listening, researching, pacing, scribbling notes and making sketches and being a bit overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information I’m attempting

Climate Science Alliance Welcomes New Teammates

The Climate Science Alliance team is excited to welcome two new team members — Will Madrigal, Jr. and Ana Lutz-Johnson. Meet Will and Ana on today's blog! Meet Will Madrigal, Jr.! Tribal Capacities and Partnerships, Program Manager As the new Tribal Capacities and Partnerships Program Manager for the Climate Science Alliance, Will is excited to work closely with Southern California Tribal Nations to build relationships between Tribal representatives, scientists, managers, and community partners to support advancement of Tribally-visioned, led, and implemented climate resilience projects within the Climate Science Alliance’s portfolio. Will is a California Indian Professor of American Indian

Profiles from the Peninsula: Dr. Drew Talley

Profiles from the Peninsula is a series dedicated to spotlighting the partners who make up the Baja Working Group, and their projects. This week’s profile is on Dr. Drew Talley, a marine ecologist and professor of environmental and ocean sciences, and his work on connectivity, both in science and in the communities where he works. Puedes leer este blog en español aquí. Profiles from the Peninsula is a series dedicated to spotlighting the partners who make up the Baja Working Group, and their projects. Each week, we will bring you a new profile in the form of a blog like this one. More information about the working group can be found here. Dr. Drew Talley is a marine ecologist and associate p

Perfiles de la Península: Dr. Drew Talley

Perfiles de la Península es una serie dedicada a resaltar los colaboradores del Baja Working Group y sus proyectos. El perfil de esta semana es sobre el Dr. Drew Talley,  ecólogo marino y profesor de ciencias ambientales y oceánicas, y su trabajo en la conectividad de ciencia y de las comunidades en donde trabaja. Read this blog in English here. Perfiles de la Península es una serie dedicada a resaltar los colaboradores del Baja Working Group y sus proyectos. Cada semana, compartiremos un nuevo perfil en la forma de un blog como este. Se puede encontrar más información sobre el grupo de trabajo aquí. El Dr. Drew Talley es ecólogo marino y profesor asociado de ciencias ambientales y oceánicas

Meet the Alliance Team: Paula Ezcurra

While the Climate Science Alliance is composed of a large, diverse network of stakeholders and community members - there is a core team working hard behind the scenes to connect the climate dots. We invite you to get to know our team and what drives them in this fun new series. Team Member: Paula Ezcurra Position: Climate Resilience Fellow Describe What You Do With the Climate Science Alliance: As the CSA’s Climate Resilience Fellow, I oversee the Baja Work Group, an interdisciplinary and bi-national effort to assess climate change impacts across the region. SCUBA Diving around the California Channel Islands. Why do you do this work? I do this work because it sits at the nexus of my many pas

Meet the Alliance Team: Connor Magee

While the Climate Science Alliance is composed of a large, diverse network of stakeholders and community members - there is a core team working hard behind the scenes to connect the climate dots. We invite you to get to know our team and what drives them in this fun new series. Team Member: Connor Magee Position:  Research and Data Applications Manager Describe What You Do With the Climate Science Alliance: I support our partners with land management projects in the Southern Californian region. Currently, most of my activity is at the Carbon Sink Demonstration Farm at Pauma Tribal Farms in Pauma Valley, CA. At the farm, I directly work with a team to implement land management practices of in

Profiles from the Peninsula: Terra Peninsular

Profiles from the Peninsula is a series dedicated to spotlighting the partners who make up the Baja Working Group, and their projects. This week’s profile is on Terra Peninsular, a Mexican conservation organization dedicated to sustainable management of natural resources, and the protection of endangered wildlife and their habitats along the Baja California Peninsula. Puedes leer este blog en español aquí. Profiles from the Peninsula is a series dedicated to spotlighting the partners who make up the Baja Working Group, and their projects. Each week, we will bring you a new profile in the form of a blog like this one. More information about the working group can be found here. Terra Peninsula

Perfiles de la Península: Terra Peninsular

Perfiles de la Península es una serie dedicada a resaltar los colaboradores del Baja Working Group y sus proyectos. El perfil de esta semana es sobre Terra Peninsular, una organización Mexicana dedicada al manejo sustentable de los recursos naturales y la protección de la vida silvestre en peligro de extinción y sus hábitats a lo largo de la Península de Baja California. Read this blog in English here. Perfiles de la Península es una serie dedicada a resaltar los colaboradores del Baja Working Group y sus proyectos. Cada semana, compartiremos un nuevo perfil en la forma de un blog como este. Se puede encontrar más información sobre el grupo de trabajo aquí. Terra Peninsular es una organizaci

Meet the Alliance Team: Diane Terry

While the Climate Science Alliance is composed of a large, diverse network of stakeholders and community members - there is a core team working hard behind the scenes to connect the climate dots. We invite you to get to know our team and what drives them in this fun new series. Team Member: Diane Terry Position: Creative Program Manager Describe What You Do With the Climate Science Alliance: A simple way to describe what I do: I make things pretty! It goes deeper than that, however, as the Climate Science Alliance team really prioritizes effective communication with our audience - whether it be a Natural Resource Manager in San Diego, or a Climate Kid in Puerto Rico. Our climate change messa

A Whale of a Tale: CSA Affiliated Artist Skylaar Amann Publishes Debut Picture Book

Children’s illustrator and Climate Science Alliance affiliated artist Skylaar Amann released her debut picture book, Lloyd Finds His Whalesong, through Page Street Kids on June 30th. Check it out on the blog today! Children’s illustrator and Climate Science Alliance affiliated artist Skylaar Amann released her debut picture book, Lloyd Finds His Whalesong, through Page Street Kids on June 30th. Lloyd Finds His Whalesong is the story of a little humpback whale whose voice is too quiet to sing the whalesong. He seems destined for silence until he finds a mysterious ukulele in the kelp forest and must use it and his newfound voice to help his family out of danger. About Lloyd, The American Libr

Meet the Alliance Team: Alex Warneke

While the Climate Science Alliance is composed of a large, diverse network of stakeholders and community members - there is a core team working hard behind the scenes to connect the climate dots. We invite you to get to know our team and what drives them in this fun new series. Team Member: Alex Warneke Position: Deputy Director Describe What You Do With the Climate Science Alliance: As the Deputy Director, I get to wear many hats. From helping oversee day-to-day operations and managing various projects to writing grants and my favorite -> convening community stakeholders. My background is primarily in marine ecology, formal and informal education, and science communication, so I also overse

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