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Building Resilience

Science-Focused Projects

Working Groups

As we have expanded the climate conversation, the Climate Science Alliance formed focus groups for our partners to hone in on relevant projects.

Our Baja Working Group and Tribal Working Group provide an opportunity for partners to share skills, expertise, and knowledge in order to bridge the gap between research and application within the community.

TRIBAL WORKING GROUP

A Climate Collaboration for the Lands and Cultures of Southern California's Tribes

Through the use of education, environmental programs, and traditional ecological knowledge, and a focus on community priorities, local ecosystems, and holistic management, this workgroup collaborates to safeguard the lands and cultures of southern California's Indian tribes from the threat of climate change.

BAJA WORKING GROUP

A Climate Collaboration for Nature and People Across the US-Mexico Border

A collaboration between the Climate Science Alliance and the International Community Foundation, this workgroup convenes stakeholders on both sides of the border to advance collaborative efforts to build resilience in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems and human communities.

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Safeguarding natural and human communities in the face of a changing climate.

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The Climate Science Alliance Team acknowledges the Indigenous peoples on whose traditional territory we work. We honor the continued presence and resilience of Indigenous communities and nations today, and thank those we work with for your friendship and your good will in our efforts to collaborate.

 

The Climate Science Alliance is fiscally sponsored by the California Wildlife Foundation (Tax ID: 68-0234744).

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