By attending the XI Mexican Congress of Coral Reefs, the recipients exposed relevant issues of climate change in Baja California rocky reefs. Since the temperate reefs of Baja California are becoming tropical due to multiple stressors of climate change, it’s a good time to join efforts and extend collaboration networks. This funding provided Binational Working Group scientists with an opportunity to network and connect with other people in their field while sharing relevant information related to reefs’ climate resilience.
Rodrigo Beas Luna, Daniela Michel Amador Días González, Julio Lorda Solorzano
The Climate Science Alliance Binational Working Group is a climate collaboration for nature and people across the US-Mexico Border.