Changing the Narrative: Climate Stories for Justice
August 5 - 13, 2022
Climate storytelling is taking the stage at the MN Fringe Festival this Aug 2022. Please join this celebration of community and hear from inspiring Twin-Cities-based climate justice organizers sharing powerful stories, music, art, and poetry to spark action.
Learn More & Get Tickets: https://minnesotafringe.org/2022-show-information/changing-the-narrative-climate-stories-for-justice
MCAP July Webinar: A Tribal Climate Adaptation Menu
July, 19, 2022, noon to 1 p.m.
Sarah Smith and Bazile Panek will discuss the Tribal Climate Adaptation Menu (TAM), developed by collaborators representing tribal, academic, intertribal and government entities in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.
Governor’s Advisory Council on Climate Change
Draft Climate Action Framework Review
June 16, 2022, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Join the Governor's Advisory Council on Climate Change for a review of feedback on Minnesota's Climate Action Framework. During this meeting, the council will identify recommended changes to help shape the final plan.
Job Opening: Forest Carbon and Climate Program Director
Applications are being accepted for the open position of Program Director with Michigan State University, Forest Carbon and Climate Program to engage in elevating natural climate solutions, coordinating projects, and expanding a diverse partner network.
New “Climate Forward?” Report Advocates for the Use of Climate Projection Data by Architecture and Engineering Professionals to Inform Design
Architects & Engineers (A&E) are well-positioned to use climate projection data, yet there remains a concerning lag in industry-wide adoption of these forward-looking metrics. A joint study by MCAP and national design firm HGA takes a closer look at this disconnect.
New Article Examines Climate Data Needs in the U.S. Corn Belt
This new article led by MCAP Postdoctoral Associate, Dr. Suzanne Clark, examines climate information needs and priorities of stakeholders in the U.S. Corn Belt.