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October MCAP Webinar - Climate Resilience Programming in Cornell Cooperative Extension

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October 18, 2022, 12:00 p.m.

Join us on Tuesday, October 18 at Noon to learn how Cornell Cooperative Extension is incorporating climate resilience into their agriculture programming. 


Kuehnast Lecture Invitation

The Case for Cautious Climate Hope

29th Annual Kuehnast Lecture

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Thursday, October, 13, 2022
Lecture: 3:00 p.m. (Auditorium)
Reception: 4:30 p.m. (Atrium)

Join the Department of Soil, Water and Climate on Thursday, October 13 for the 29th annual Kuehnast Lecture in the fields of Meteorology and Climate featuring Zeke Hausfather, PhD. Dr. Hausfather is a climate scientist and research lead for Stripe specializing in climate models, carbon removal, mitigation technologies and observational temperature records.


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2022 Public Health Law Summit

Climate Change and Health Equity

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October 12 - 14, 2022

The 2022 Climate Change and Health Equity Summit will bring together health departments, health care providers, and community-based organizations and others who are working with communities to achieve health equity and develop climate solutions that are centered in a health equity framework. Engage with others to build a shared understanding of how public health law can and should make our communities healthier and help mitigate climate change.



 

MCAP News

New video: What are climate mitigation and adaptation?

January 11, 2022

In this short video, Heidi Roop, Director of the Minnesota Climate Adaptation Partnership (MCAP), explains the differences between two key components of climate action: mitigation and adaption.

 


Op-Ed: We shouldn't rely on atmospheric river miracles

December 16, 2021

MCAP's own Dr. Katerina Gonzales recently published an Op-Ed in Bay Nature about Atmospheric Rivers, adaptation, and drought. 


New Planning Grants for Climate Resilience

November 18, 2021

Up to $870,000 is available for planning projects to be awarded during FY22. This funding provides an opportunity for communities to assess vulnerabilities and begin planning for the effects of Minnesota’s changing climate.


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