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Ideas + Action 2021 - Workshop: Using Climate Data to Plan for California’s Future - Livestream

While it is impossible to predict when and where the next wildfire might spark, climate data will make it easier to understand projected climate risk and identify climate adaptation needs. Cal-Adapt, a new online climate database developed by the State of California, offers tools, data and other resources to help communities visualize and plan for how climate change might affect the state. In this interactive workshop, come explore what Cal-Adapt has to offer, learn how to use its Local Climate Snapshot tool for real-world applications and understand how you can apply this powerful resource to your own projects, including planning, development, agriculture, land preservation and much more. Limited space available!

  • Leah Fisher / Senior Advisor, Strategic Growth Council
  • Nancy Thomas / Executive Director, Geospatial Innovation Facility at UC Berkeley
  • Lucy Andrews / Cal-Adapt Lead, Geospatial Innovation Facility at UC Berkeley
  • Shruti Mukhtyar / Cal-Adapt Lead, Geospatial Innovation Facility at UC Berkeley

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Wednesday, 06/23/21

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$35

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