Central Coast Regional Climate Symposium

Join leading climate researchers and scientists, key state agencies, local jurisdictions, and community leaders for the Central Coast Regional Climate Symposium to learn about key findings from California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment and opportunities to advance local adaptation initiatives!

This workshop will highlight new findings on key climate risks impacting the Central Coast region with a special emphasis on oceans and coasts, energy systems, water, agriculture, and ecosystems. Participants will also learn about financing mechanisms, funding opportunities, key
tools and resources while also engaging in interactive discussions to inform the update to the State’s Adaptation Planning Guide.

This workshop is open to the public. We strongly encourage public agency staff (cities, counties, regional agencies, special districts, etc.), non-profit organizations, community-based organizations, private consulting firms, advocacy groups, students, and individuals interested in learning about the latest climate science to attend this engaging and informative event.

Parking: Please see attached map, parking attendants will be located at Core West Parking on the second floor of the parking structure to sell permits from 9:30AM-11:30AM. If you arrive after that time, you will need to pick up a parking pass at the kiosk at the base of campus ($10 for a day pass) and we recommend parking in the Core West parking structure. From there, guests can walk to University Center. 

Directions to Core West: 

http://maps.ucsc.edu/content/directions-core-west-parking-structure.

 

Monday, December 10 at 10:00am to 4:00pm

UC Santa Cruz - University Center , Alumni Room

Event Type

Meetings & Conferences

Invited Audience

General Public

Topics

Sustainability

Website

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iJm5...

Cost

Free

Group
Physical and Biological Sciences Division
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Tom Dayton left a positive review 12/9/2018

The shortness of each presentation was great, because it allowed covering lots of topics and perspectives. The audience brainstorming was surprisingly useful!

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