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CCASS and its partners are constantly working to push the field of adaptation forward. Stay up-to-date here on news, announcements, and stories related to the work we are doing.
In collaboration with the University Climate Change Coalition (UC3), the University of Arizona is offering a UC3 Postdoctoral Fellowship to work on climate action initiatives in the Tucson community, advance coalition-wide activities, and learn from other fellows in the program.
UArizona's Prof. Dave Breshears is among a group of researchers working to understand how climate change and megadroughts are impacting forest ecosystems and what we can do to respond.
The Spring 2021 UC3 Collaborative Sustainability Leadership Program is now accepting applications to participate as a cohort member, project mentor, and project partner. This program is focused on finding solutions to pressing climate and environmental issues that require collaborative approaches to problem solving.
Ariana Brocious with Arizona Public Media interviews Dr. Don Falk and others about this summer's Bighorn Fire and what the future might mean for fires in the Santa Catalina Mountains.
CCASS and the SW CASC have been building a support network for climate adaptation in the Southwest, called the Southwest Practitioners Adaptation Network (SPAN). The workshop report from SPAN's initial launch event is now available to download and share.
The Colorado River Conversations Project team, run out of the Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions at UArizona, has released multiple new products and resources.
Kathy Jacobs, a climate and water policy expert and Director of CCASS, is featured in a new video to talk about her mission to tackle the climate crisis.
The Arizona Institutes for Resilience at the University of Arizona is seeking applicants and prospective mentors for the Fall 2020 University Climate Change Coalition (UC3) Internship Program. Applications are due August 21, 2020.
CCASS announces the release of the 2019 Colorado River Conversations Conference Report. The Conference took place October 28-30, 2019 and brought together 110 citizens of the Colorado River Basin.
On April 7 and 8, 2020, CCASS and Martin & McCoy facilitated the final of three workshops of an innovative scenario planning process that included representatives of all seven Colorado River basin states, Mexico, Tribes, water managers, agriculture and others.