EcoAdapt brings together diverse players in the conservation, policy, science, and development communities to reshape conservation and resource management in response to rapid climate change. The organization is comprised of climate change adaptation specialists that offers training and facilitative services to help communities and partners with their adaptation projects. Their goal is to help build the capacity of current and future professionals in conservation, planning, and development so they can engage in climate change adaptation, and to support the implementation of adaptation strategies by providing expert capacity and resources to partners eager to take climate adaptation action.
EcoAdapt is conducting a comprehensive survey and assessment of climate change adaptation activities and projects in North America. The results of this program are used to populate the Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange (CAKE) database, which is a free online resource where users can access data, tools, and best practices for adaptation - primarily related to ecology (see separate entry).
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- Climate-Smart Conservation: Putting Adaptation Principles into Practice
- The State of Adaptation in the United States: An Overview
- Hawaiian Islands Climate Vulnerability and Adaptation Synthesis
- Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange (CAKE)
- Restoring the Great Lakes' Coastal Future - Technical Guidance for the Design and Implementation of Climate-Smart Restoration Projects
- The State of Marine and Coastal Adaptation in North America: A Synthesis of Emerging Ideas
- The State of Adaptation in the Great Lakes Region
- Climate Change Adaptation Strategies for Focal Resources of the Sierra Nevada, California
- Climate Change Adaptation through Local Comprehensive Planning: Guidance for Puget Sound Communities
- A Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for Focal Resources of the Sierra Nevada