Understanding the impacts of climate change on conflicts between and within nations, as well as on the U.S. military, is critical to inform climate action. Check out this engaging conversation with U.S. government and academic leaders from October, 2020 that summarizes these impacts and proposes national and foreign policies to ensure a more sustainable future.

This full-day symposium on September 21st, 2020 highlighted recent research measuring the impacts of climate change, particularly on vulnerable populations and communities. This event fostered cross-disciplinary dialogue between researchers and served to improve our collective understanding of the climate adaptation research landscape to help inform adaptation and resiliency policies.

This webinar in June, 2020 explored how organizations in the San Joaquin Valley are innovating with local governments to adapt in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Through their responses, the organizations are providing vital clean transportation, environmental, and food security services to in-need households, as well as larger community economic benefits.

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, policymakers are drafting the largest economic stimulus packages in history. These policies offer a tremendous opportunity to invest in sustainability-related initiatives. This webinar in May, 2020 examined how we can leverage environmental investment opportunities with economic stimuli during the pandemic.