2022 Louisiana Resilience Summit

The 2022 Louisiana Resilience Summit was held in Lafayette, LA, on November 16 to showcase resilience, mitigation, and adaptation strategies and initiatives across the state, as well as helpful resources and tools. Presenters and attendees included planners, floodplain managers, planning commissioners, mayors, architects, and other local, state, and federal government officials. SCIPP’s Barry Keim kicked …

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Climate Justice Series: Webinar 2

With the new Phase IV grant funding and subsequent upcoming research, SCIPP has added a new area of focus centered around “climate justice.” Climate justice directly connects to previously-researched areas by SCIPP, including disaster resilience and climate change adaptation, in increasingly meaningful ways. Therefore, Simone Domingue, a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow for SCIPP, will host a …

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Climate Adaptation Summer Academy

The Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program invites undergraduate students from Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana to participate in a 5-day, all-expenses-paid program designed to introduce students to the topic of climate adaptation. Climate Adaptationis the process of identifying both present and future climate effects and determining how communities can adjust to the impacts of present and …

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NCA5 Public Engagement Workshops

SCIPP is involved in authoring the Southern Great Plains chapter of the fifth National Climate Assessment. The National Climate Assessment is a Congressionally mandated quadrennial report led by the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP). The report evaluates how climate change affects people and places in the United States. To inform development of the fifth …

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