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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.
Kathy Jacobs, CCASS Director and Professor in Environmental Science, moderates this National Academies webinar on the role of the social and behavioral sciences in understanding and addressing climate change.
Kathy Jacobs, CCASS Director and Professor in Environmental Science, is featured in a new article in The Atlantic about climate change, extreme events, and the obstacles put in place by Congress and the Supreme Court to make progress on climate issues.
CCASS helped support the revamping of the Water Network at UArizona. We are excited to announce that the new website and updated expertise directory is now live at water.arizona.edu.
Summary products now released from a project which researchers at the University of Arizona have been working on for more than five years in partnership with the US Bureau of Reclamation and a consortium of agencies and water utilities across the Lower Santa Cruz River Basin.
The illustrious group of experts reflected on issues and opportunities in the field of adaptation and engaged in discussion with students and faculty from across campus.
The report assesses the impacts and risks of climate change, looking at ecosystems, biodiversity and human communities at global and regional levels.
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.