The Climate Science Alliance was invited by our partners at the Pala Environmental Department to present at the 2019 Riparian Management Workshop on the impact of climate to our region.
This past month, the Climate Science Alliance was invited by our partners at the Pala Environmental Department to present at the 2019 Riparian Management Workshop.
Scientists, managers, educators, and Tribal members were invited to explore the “Boom & Bust” cycles in California - years of drought followed by wet years, flooding, and mudslides. Moreover, with the exacerbative effects of climate change to these cycles, funding losses, and weather issues - convenings such as these are critical to discuss the protection and adaptation of our rivers, streams, and wetlands.
Dr. Amber Pairis and Alex Warneke, of the Climate Science Alliance team, shared with workshop attendees on the climate impacts to our region and how the Climate Science Alliance is working to bring this information to our community through the Climate Kids program.
The Alliance is grateful for the opportunity to connect with participants at the 2019 Riparian Management Workshop and for our continued partnership with the Pala Environmental Department.