Screen capture from the Cal-Adapt website

Cal-Adapt

California residents and city and county planners can identify potential climate change risks in specific areas throughout the state and access easy-to-understand resources for local planning efforts.

Cal-Adapt is a web-based climate adaptation planning tool designed to provide access to up-to-date information and data produced by the State of California's scientific and research community. The website provides interactive visualization tools, access to data, a community forum, local climate stories, climate education, and links to additional climate resources. Cal-Adapt synthesizes volumes of existing downscaled climate change scenarios and climate impact research and presents it in an easily available, graphical layout intended to benefit local planning efforts.

The site was developed by University of California Berkeley's Geospatial Innovation Facility (GIF) with funding and advisory oversight by the California Energy Commission’s Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) Program and advisory support from Google.org.

Last modified: 
29 August 2016 - 1:07pm