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Connecting Wildlands and Communities

Engaging with partners and stakeholders across the region to support climate resilient ecosystem and community planning and implementation. 

WHAT DOES CLIMATE RESILIENCE MEAN TO YOU?

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"The ability to adapt to climate change."

Sarah Bliss

Cultural Resources Manager, Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians

HOW DO YOU ENVISION THE CONNECTING WILDLANDS AND COMMUNITIES PROJECT HELPING TO INFORM CLIMATE ADAPTATION IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA?

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"By convening Tribal and other partners, by bringing science and data to bear, and to assist with informing decision making."

Rob Roy

Environmental Director, La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians

WHAT ARE THE PRODUCTS OR OUTCOMES OF THE CWC PROJECT YOU'RE MOST INTERESTED IN OR EXCITED ABOUT?

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"Data and maps on carbon sequestration, wildlife connectivity, fire impacts, and changes in precipitation and temperature."

Sarah Pierce

Regional Environmental Planner, San Diego Association of Governments

Climate Art Fellowship

As the 2020 Climate Art Fellow, Kim Reasor translated the CWC themes and results into an art series.

Regional Planning Survey

View the survey results from planners in our region on how they integrate data into their planning practices.

On the Blog

Catch up on the latest from the Connecting Wildlands and Communities team and partners.