Climate Adaptation Specialist Training: 7/18 - Duluth

The Climate Adaptation Specialist Training (CAST) Program is for people looking to integrate future climate data into long-term planning.

The University of Minnesota Climate Adaptation Partnership (MCAP), with local host Twin Ports Climate Conversations, will conduct the Foundations of Adaptation Leading Practices workshop, which focuses on how to interpret climate data, how climate model data should and shouldn't be applied, leading practices in adaptation, and how to make decisions under deep uncertainty. Workshop topics will focus on climate issues relevant to the arrowhead region of Minnesota and on using the Minnesota Climate Mapping and Analysis Tool (MN CliMAT) to access locally relevant information. While primarily focused on Minnesota, MN CliMAT also includes projections and data for the majority of Wisconsin.

Location: University of Minnesota Duluth campus

Schedule: July 18, 2024 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

This is a no-cost workshop.