Making Climate Assessments Work: Learning from California and Other Subnational Climate Assessments
States, counties, cities, and local stakeholders are increasingly taking the lead on climate change assessments. The state of California is currently releasing its Fourth Climate Change Assessment, which is based on nearly 50 independent research projects spanning topics ranging from wildfires and habitat loss to electricity and natural gas system resilience. Join this 2-day workshop to engage with people involved in all aspects of the California assessment (Day 1) as well as those involved in assessment efforts in other states (Day 2). What are the key elements of success? What challenges do decision makers face in implementing proposed interventions? What strategies are most effective in engaging utilities and other key stakeholders? Sponsored by the California Energy Commission and the Electric Power Research Institute, this event is free and open to the public. Register today!
If you are unable to attend in person, we invite you to register as a webcast participant. We'll send you instructions for how to access the webcast as the event approaches.
The event will run from 8:30am-5pm EDT on August 14th and from 8:30am-4pm EDT on August 15th. Please note that the working lunch and breakout session from 12:30-2pm on August 15th will not be webcast.
For more information about the workshop, including information on planning committee members, please visit our website.
To watch the webcast, visit our event website at:
Send any questions for the speakers to Ben Wender at [email protected], who will ask them if time permits.
Webcast videos will be posted 2-3 weeks after the event. If you register for the workshop, you'll receive an email when the videos are available.
When: Tue Aug. 14 - 8:30 am
Wed Aug. 15 4:00 pm
Address: 2101 Constitution Ave., N.W.
Washington D.C,US 20418
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