Climate Science Alliance and Partners are Going to NAF!


The Climate Science Alliance team and a few of our partners are heading to Madison, Wisconsin for this week’s 2019 National Adaptation Forum. Stay tuned for updates!

The Climate Science Alliance (Alliance) team and a few of our partners will be presenting at this week’s 2019 National Adaptation Forum (NAF), from April 23-25. This will be the 5th year the Alliance has been involved in NAF programming.

Registration is still open! Register here:

http://www.nationaladaptationforum.org/registration

If you can’t make it, you can attend remotely! Follow along on NAF’s Facebook live stream:

http://www.nationaladaptationforum.org/program/remote-participation

The Alliance and our partners will be presenting at the following sessions:

Concurrent Sessions 1:

Tuesday, 11:00am to 12:30pm

Climate Change at the Intersections: Addressing Cross-Sectoral Concerns in Indian Country

Shasta Gaughen of the Pala Band of Mission Indians will organize this session and present “Adaptation Planning for Tribal Community Health”

Concurrent Sessions 2:

Tuesday, 2:00pm to 3:30pm

Ultimate Team Building: How Boundary Spanning Organizations Fill the Gap Between Science and Solutions

Amber Pairis, representing the Climate Science Alliance and Center for Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation, will organize this session and present on her experience with boundary-spanning organizations.

Also presenting:

Tamara Wall of the Desert Research Institute

Megan Jennings of San Diego State University

Nicolette Cooley of the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals

Shasta Gaughen of the Pala Band of Mission Indians

Kathy Jacobs of the Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions

Day 2 Luncheon Sessions:

Wednesday, 12:45pm to 1:45pm

What does successful adaptation look like in your community?

Dani Boudreau of the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve, lead-organizer of the session

Working Groups and Trainings 2:

Thursday, 8:00am to 10:30am

Climate Kids: Utilizing Art, Storytelling, and Science to Empower Climate Resilient Communities

Alexandria Warneke of the Climate Science Alliance, lead-organizer

Amber Pairis of the Climate Science Alliance, co-organizer

The Poster Session on Tuesday evening will also feature multiple projects from the Climate Science Alliance and our partners.

Connecting Wildlands and Communities: Planning for climate-ready landscapes in southern California

Megan K Jennings, San Diego State University

Rebecca Lewison, San Diego State University

Diane Foote, San Diego State University

Alicia Kinoshita, San Diego State University

Jack Mikesell, San Diego State University

Amber Pairis, Climate Science Alliance

Sherry Ryan, San Diego State University

Emanuel Storey, San Diego State University

Douglas Stow, San Diego State University

Alexandra Syphard, Sage Underwriters

Erin Conlisk, Point Blue Conservation Science

DUNAS: Descendants United for Nature, Adaptation, and Sustainability

Amber Pairis, Center for Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation-Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Isabel Rivera-Collazo, Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Alexandria Warneke, Climate Science Alliance

ART OF CHANGE

The Art of Change: Inspiring Climate Engagement Through Community Art Initiatives

Alexandria Warneke, Climate Science Alliance

Amber Pairis, Climate Science Alliance

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