Help us map the next statewide roadmap to a climate-resilient California for all!
The impacts of climate change, such as wildfire, extreme heat, drought, flooding, and sea level rise, are a clear and present threat to California’s communities, environment, and economy. And they are occurring with increasing frequency and intensity across the state. While the state has made significant strides in addressing climate risk over the last decade, there is an opportunity to chart a strategic and integrated framework that builds a resilient California for All.
The Newsom Administration is updating California's State Adaptation Strategy (Strategy), and our goal is to deliver a framework for action that outlines the state's key climate resilience priorities; includes specific and measurable steps; and drives equitable, integrated adaptation across sectors and regions in California.
We want your help to ensure the state’s Strategy reflects and reinforces regional priorities; draws connections among our collective efforts; and serves as a useful resource for all Californians. Please join us virtually for the Strategy’s kick-off webinar and a regional workshop of your choice!
Background and updates can be accessed on the 2021 State Adaptation Strategy Update webpage. For questions on this effort, please email the state’s coordination team (California Natural Resources Agency and the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All workshops will be held virtually in June.