Virtual Climate Adaptation Library

Of Note:

 

       

National Climate Assessment.

A comprehensive U.S. review. 2014.

 

  Highly valuable summary of many adaptation tools.

Adaptation Tool Kit:  Sea-level Rise & Coastal Land Use. GCC. 2011.

 

 

  Protecting Florida's Communities. DCA. 2005.  Little known and exceptional.

 

 

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Coastal Climate Change: Adaptation Planning & Implementation

Searchable archives on local through international coastal climate planning since 2009.

  • Over 1600 reports/articles are in 15 directories and >80 subdirectories above. 

  • The directory on Climate Communications has >100 reports on applied adaptation messaging and underlying behavioral components.

  • Planning guidelines in >10 languages available.  Articles and reports are welcome in any language (below).

New information relevant to sea level rise along the U.S. East and Gulf coasts is being developed by NOAA's Climate Program Office. The CPO grant, Advanced Regional and Decadal Predictions of Coastal Inundation for the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, has produced significant research products available at Rutgers Sea Level and Climate and infographics on adaptation planning in Florida.

 

Other Adaptation Planning Resources - Southeast U.S., National U.S., and Global  

-  Wide arrays of related resources are also available at the Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange, Ecosystem-based Management Tools Network, Georgetown's Adaptation Clearinghouse, Climate.gov, NOAA's Digital Coast, Storm Smart Coasts, and other resources. 

-  Valuable new webinars as well as archives of climate planning information can also be found at these sites:  Local Governments for Sustainability - ICLEI, Southeast United States webinar archives;  Center for Climate Strategies; Southern Alliance for Clean Energy at CleanEnergy.org.

 

 

 

 

 


Submissions

We thank many colleagues who have contributed files from diverse regions.  If you have documents on coastal climate adaptation to contribute, please forward to slrlibrary@fit.edu.  Use of copyrighted material is restricted to nonprofit educational purposes only and is not intended for commercial use.  If the owner of any work should wish a document to be removed, please contact slrlibrary@fit.edu.