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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.
Ladd Keith, Assistant Professor at UArizona and CCASS Advisory Team Member, and other researchers call for a focused research program to support heat governance.
The Indigenous Resilience Center will work directly with Native American nations to address environmental challenges in ways that respect Native and Indigenous sovereignty and knowledge.
The Lower Santa Cruz River Basin Study brings together a team from the University of Arizona and other local water experts to project future water conditions and offer strategies to adapt to a changing climate.
In collaboration with the Water Resources Research Center and the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, CCASS led the first three of a six part public series this spring to explore solutions to ecological, social, and economic challenges in which water plays a key role.
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.