Meghan Dalton “Our lands and resources are the basis of our spiritual life. That’s been our way since time began. By preparing for further environmental changes, we can mitigate threats to our way of life.” Joe Durglo, Chairman, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes The Tribal Climate Adaptation Guidebook, published as a pdf in 2018, supports…
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Cascadia CoPes Hub: a new regional research hub for facilitating coastal resiliency
Peter Ruggiero and Alessandra Burgos The Cascadia Coastlines and Peoples Hazards Research Hub, or Cascadia CoPes Hub, is a new multi-institutional team funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) for five years. The Hub will advance scientific knowledge about hazards facing coastal communities and approaches to increase their resilience. The Hub is working with…
Oregonians’ Views on the 2020 Wildfires and Climate Change
Sociologist Hilary Boudet and her team share their research on how Oregonians were affected by the 2020 wildfire season Hilary Boudet, Rachel Mooney, Leanne Giordono, and Greg Stelmach The impacts of the 2020 wildfires that affected much of the Pacific Northwest and western United States far exceeded those in recent memory. The fires burned more…
Are there pitfalls in coproduction growing in popularity? One study thinks so.
Community Adaptation in Spokane
CIRC’s new Community Adaptation effort.
Climate Risk & Adaptation in the Inland Pacific Northwest
Recent study suggests more outreach is needed to convey the risks of climate change to regional farmers.