Session from the Climate Adaptation Research Symposium

Symposium Highlighted the Nation’s Top Climate Adaptation Research

In case you missed it, the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation was thrilled to host the Climate Adaptation Research Symposium on September 21, 2020. The event brought together more than 2,000 attendees from 47 different U.S. states and 58 countries.

Check out the event website to view recordings for each of the 17 sessions, as well as slide decks from presenters.

Webinars featured top-caliber research from 70 speakers across the social sciences, including economics, geography, public health, urban planning, and public policy.

Some of the most-viewed sessions included:

  • Innovative Planning Approaches to Climate Adaptation
  • Measuring and Mitigating the Impacts of Extreme Heat on Low-Income Communities
  • Community-Based Approaches to Investing in Climate Resiliency

For more information about the event, including slide decks and additional resources, visit the event website. To hear about our future climate adaptation conversations and opportunities, you can sign up for the Luskin Center for Innovation’s email newsletter.