Abby Reyes

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

Earth Day Conversations about Climate Change

In observance of Earth Day 2016, Research Impact and Integration Team lead Abby Reyes and Project Manager Kim Serrano joined Orange County community leaders in Mission Viejo for a conversation on local climate impacts such as sea level rise. Convened by the Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club in cooperation with the Surfrider Foundation and Orange County Coastkeeper,… Read More

UCI Oceans: Building Partnerships for Ocean Health in Southern California

On May 8, 2015 the newly formed UCI OCEANS initiative kicked off with a day-long conference for university and community members entitled Building Partnerships for Ocean Health in Southern California. The conference marked the launch of UCI OCEANS as one of the campus’s newest multidisciplinary academic initiatives within the Office of Academic Initiatives. The… Read More

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Special Issue of UC Irvine Magazine Highlights Importance of FloodRISE Project for Community Resilience

The FloodRISE project and Research Impact and Integration Team Lead Abby Reyes headline UC Irvine Magazine’s newest special issue focused on climate change. In a story about FloodRISE, UC Irvine reporter Janet Wilson illuminates the project’s tremendous potential to have real, lasting impacts on local communities by closing the gap between what scientists know… Read More