2020 Climate Resilience Fellowship Summary and Reflections

Join us in congratulating Paula Ezcurra on completing her six-month Climate Resilience Fellowship, hosted in partnership between the Climate Science Alliance and the International Community Foundation, and welcoming her to the Alliance team as our Science Program Manager!

The Climate Resilience Fellowship was created as a collaborative experience designed to launch the Baja Working Group and advance complementary work between the Climate Science Alliance and the International Community Foundation. During the six-month duration of the 2020 Fellowship our Fellow, Paula Ezcurra, worked across both organizations to further a shared vision for climate resiliency initiatives along the Baja California Peninsula and beyond.

We congratulate Paula on a successful Fellowship and look forward to her new beginnings as our Science Program Manager!

Read the full Summary and Reflections of the 2020 Climate Resilience Fellowship here:

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