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New community of practice brings sea level rise practitioners together to advance coastal resilience

The Practitioner Exchange for Effective Response to Sea Level Rise (PEERS) is the first-ever practitioner-led global collaborative working across boundaries to proactively address the risks of sea level rise and advance coastal resilience.
By Liz Carver
AGCI Insight
January 30, 2024

Air quality monitoring networks support more climate-resilient communities

Air quality monitoring networks play a crucial role in enhancing climate resilience by providing communities and policymakers the data they need to understand the air quality-public health connections and engage in community decision-making.

Savannah M. D’Evelyn, University of Washington

Research Review
December 22, 2023

Understanding Decision Support for a Changing Climate

Climate change is already affecting every region of the United States, and additional impacts are expected to intensify. These changes motivate bold new decisions and…


Dust Bowl redux?

Extreme shifts in weather patterns are altering how crops grow and endangering U.S. harvests and food security. In this piece for Yale Climate Connections, Energy Innovation's Daniel J. O'Brien and AGCI's Devan Crane explore how crop modeling and smart policies can help.
By Daniel J. O'Brien Devan Crane
September 1, 2023

New report illuminates effective nature-based solutions for coastal communities

A new report from Aspen Global Change Institute and the University of Arizona Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions provides a first-of-its-kind comprehensive assessment of the effectiveness of a variety of adaptation practices that leverage nature-based solutions (NbS) to help build more climate-resilient coasts and coastal communities.
By Liz Carver
AGCI Insight
July 28, 2023

“Climate whiplash” is the new normal for California, experts say

Recent studies indicate that California must prepare for both worsening drought and more intermittent, heavier rainfall in the face of climate change. In this piece for Yale Climate Connections, Energy Innovation's Sarah Spengeman and AGCI's Elise Osenga explore how extreme weather swings are likely to become the state's new normal as precipitation patterns are altered by rising temperatures.
By Sarah Spengeman Elise Osenga
June 5, 2023

Understanding the Effectiveness of Coastal Nature-based Solutions: Practitioner-based Learning

This report summarizes the state of knowledge of Nature-based Solutions (NbS) in the context of coastal climate adaptation in the United States and identifies numerous challenges and opportunities.
Project Publication
June 1, 2023

Spring’s early bloom: Farmers’ adaptations and keeping crop models in sync

Climate change-induced warmer temperatures are causing many plants in temperate climates to exhibit spring behavior. This change in the timing of plant development produces ripple effects that impact health, culture, livelihoods, and food security. New research is increasing our understanding of plant phenology and allowing for informed decision-making and adaptation strategies.
By Devan Crane Emily Jack-Scott
Research Review
May 31, 2023