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Katharine Hayhoe

2022 Climate Adaptation Awards featuring Dr. Katharine Hayhoe

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January 31, 2022, 3:00-4:30 p.m. CT

The Minnesota Climate Adaptation Awards, presented by MCAP annually since 2014, celebrate exceptional achievements in leadership, education, research, policies, and practices that improve resilience or climate justice through the development, advancement, or implementation of climate adaptation strategies.

This year's Adaptation Awards Ceremony is presented in partnership with The Nature Conservancy in Minnesota/North Dakota/South Dakota. Special guest Dr. Katharine Hayhoe will be joining us at the event to help celebrate adaptation leadership across Minnesota.


NCA5 midwest workshop

Fifth National Climate Assessment: Midwest Chapter Public Engagement Workshop

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January 24, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

The National Climate Assessment, a major U.S. Government report published every four years, brings together scientists from across the country to summarize the state of the science on climate change and how it is impacting the people and places of the United States. Now, you can be a part of the process!


The Climate Action Handbook by Heidi Roop

Sneak Preview: The Climate Action Handbook

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Sunday, January 29, 2023
12:30 p.m.



 

MCAP News

MN Climate Adaptation Awards Announced

January 30, 2023

The University of Minnesota Climate Adaptation Partnership hosted a special event on January 28 at the Bell Museum to honor Minnesota climate leaders who are ensuring our state is responding to and preparing for a changing climate.


Limited seats remain for the Minnesota Climate Adaptation Awards

January 18, 2023

Join us for a special evening event on January 28 to help honor climate leaders from across Minnesota who are working to ensure our state is making needed progress responding to and preparing for a changing climate.


Thank You for Your Support!

November 22, 2022

Thank you to everyone who donated to the MCAP team on Give to the Max Day! Your support allows MCAP to help communities and landscapes prepare and thrive in a changing climate. 


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