Video Summary of Inputs and Recommendations - 2020 Climate Change Consortium

In collaboration, the Climate Science Alliance and the California Department of Food and Agriculture recently released the 2020 Climate Change Consortium for Specialty Crops Report. Check out this short video overview for the summary of primary recommendations!

Over the last years, the Climate Science Alliance in partnership with the California Department of Food and Agriculture have worked hard to connect with regional producers, technical advisors, and researchers to better understand the climate impacts and challenges in our region and how best to support producers in building their resilience. The "2020 Climate Change Impacts for Specialty Crops: Southern California Region" report represents a reflection of the feedback and recommendations we heard from producers across Southern California.

Climate Science Alliance’s Research and Data Applications Manager, Connor Magee, created this video overview of the report to highlight the input and recommendations.

We would like to thank everyone who provided their time and expertise for the 2020 Climate Change Consortium for Specialty Crops. This information will be utilized by the State of California to improve programs for producers and help to build climate resilience within the agricultural sector.

Consortium Resources Available

To access additional resources from the 2020 Consortium please visit

Select resources are available in English and Spanish.

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