Monthly Archives: September 2016

Building Resilience Before a Major Flood

Social Ecology Graduate Student Researcher Kristen Goodrich joined an esteemed group of speakers in Tijuana, Mexico for Protección Civil Tijuana’s National Week of Preparedness. She presented strategies for understanding risks and building flood resilience before a major storm occurs. The event highlighted different actions that citizens can take to prepare for a myriad of… Read More

Tijuana River Site Coordinator Recognized as Regional Adaptation Leader

At the 2nd biennial California Adaptation Forum, the American Society of Adaptation Professionals (ASAP) named Tijuana River Site Coordinator Dani Boudreau a runner-up for its Regional Adaptation Leadership award. Dani has been an active collaborator in the San Diego region for years. She has championed outreach and interpretation of sea level rise modeling through… Read More

Leading the Way on Equitable Climate Adaptation

The Research Impact and Integration Team joined colleagues from around the state on September 7-8 for the 2nd California Adaptation Forum. Convened by the Local Government Commission in Long Beach, the 2016 California Adaptation Forum brought together a diverse audience of practitioners, policymakers, researchers, and community, regional, and state leaders committed to addressing California’s… Read More