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Antioch University Center for Climate Preparedness and Community Resilience

Antioch University’s Center for Climate Preparedness and Community Resilience offers applied research, consulting, education and training with a focus on stakeholder capacity-building at the local scale, as well as national and international resilience.

 

 

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Climate Access

Climate Access is a nonprofit organization building political and public support for climate solutions through their learning network of climate leaders, pilot engagement projects and strategic services.  They translate research into easy to use tips and tools on climate engagement; track and share best practices; promote problem solving, run a learning network for more than 3,000 members from nonprofits, government, academia and community based organizations; develop and pilot new engagement models; and provide technical services to help organizations implement effective engagement strategies.

 

 

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Climate and Health Literacy Consortium (CHLC)

The Climate and Health Literacy Consortium is a collaboration of the leading organizations around the U.S. working to educate the public about the health effects of climate change. Their goal is to promote education of health care professionals on the relationship of climate change and human health in order to aid in preparedness for managing these effects as they increasingly arise.

 

 

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Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS) - RISA

The mission of the Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS) program is to improve the region’s ability to respond sufficiently and appropriately to climatic events and climate changes. The program promotes participatory, iterative research involving scientists, decision makers, resource users, educators, and others who need more and better information about climate and its impacts.

 

 

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Climate Change and Wildlife Alliance - Massachusetts

The mission of the Climate Change and Wildlife Alliance is "to promote and facilitate the dissemination of climate-related impacts and adaptation information, to advocate for the development and implementation of science-based adaptation strategies to conserve Massachusetts' ecosystems and the array of services they provide in the face of climate change, and to engage in partnerships, communications and policy venues that enhance attention, planning, policy and funding for wildlife resiliency.

 

 

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Climate Change Collaboration in the Pacific Northwest (C3)

C3 is a regional forum of agency and science center climate change coordinators and leaders, representing federal and regional efforts in the Pacific Northwest (Washington, Oregon and Idaho).   The forum provides information exchange and enhances collaboration across several Departmental efforts, science centers and agencies at a broad scale, helping to bridge each organizations’ connection to the multiple efforts that are underway. These efforts include federal agencies’ research and management activities, the DOI Climate Science Center, three Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs) in the Pacific Northwest, the NOAA-funded (RISA) Climate Decision Support Consortium (CDSC), and the numerous other programs and activities of the universities in the Pacific Northwest.

 

 

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Climate Community of Practice - Gulf of Mexico Sea Grant

The Climate Community of Practice is a group of professionals who aim to incorporate adaptation strategies into Gulf Coast communities’ comprehensive plans, with a goal of establishing a long-term community of climate adaptation practice in the Gulf region. The group was formed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA’s) Gulf of Mexico Regional Collaboration Team and the four Gulf of Mexico Sea Grant Programs - bringing together extension, outreach and education professionals and community officials in the Gulf to learn how coastal communities can adapt to climate-related impacts.

 

 

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Climate Impact Lab

The Climate Impact Lab consists of researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago, Rhodium Group, and Rutgers University. The Lab seeks to quantify past and future climate impacts using historical climate and socioeconomic data to better understand the relationship between climate and society.

 

 

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Coastal States Organization (CSO)

The Coastal States Organization (CSO) was established in 1970 to represent the Governors of the nation’s thirty-five coastal states, commonwealths and territories on legislative and policy issues relating to the sound management of coastal, Great Lakes and ocean resources.

 

 

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Colorado Climate Center

The Colorado Climate Center was established by the state in 1974, through the Colorado State University Agricultural Experiment Station, to provide information and expertise on Colorado's complex climate. The Center is located at Colorado State University within the Department of Atmospheric Science, in the College of Engineering. Through its threefold program of Climate Monitoring (data acquisition, analysis, and archiving), Climate Research and Climate Services, the Center - housing the State Climatologist - responds to climate related questions and problems affecting the state today.