On March 14th, the Alliance’s Baja Work Group convened to discuss and prioritize research objectives and community engagement themes around climate impacts and adaptation solutions throughout the Baja Peninsula and Northern Mexico. Dive deeper into the conversation here!
The Climate Science Alliance is a boundary spanning network of leaders, scientists, and natural resource managers focused on sharing ecosystem-based resiliency approaches to safeguard our communities and natural resources from the impacts of our changing climate. We do this through leading activities and creating partnerships that increase awareness of climate change impacts, promote solutions, and facilitate action.
As we move toward the future, we are excited to further solidify and expand our partnership with our Baja partners through the creation of the Baja Working Group. On March 14th, this binational, interdisciplinary team was convened to discuss and prioritize research objectives around climate impacts and adaptation solutions throughout the Baja Peninsula and Northern Mexico. Additionally, members of the work group explored how to effectively connect this information to stakeholders and the local and international community. The information from this larger discussion is being summarized and distributed to the Work Group to identify the opportunities and synergies to come together to advance climate resilience, research needs, collaboration projects, climate data, funding, and community engagement.
The power of the Climate Science Alliance network lies in its ability to identify gaps in our understanding on climate impacts and work together to create and implement actionable solutions. By building resilience, capacity, and community, the Alliance is excited to work with our Baja partners to expand our model and push the climate conversation forward.