A Committee of the Assembly of Sea Grant Extension Program Leaders
Hi -All are probably aware of the new funds -- $30K/year -- being offered by the national SG office for climate adaptation work with coastal communities. Many perhaps are also aware of the national SG climate survey that is currently being fielded…Continue
Started by Joe Cone Apr 25, 2012.
Dear members,We are currently planning a Sea Grant Climate Network meeting for 2012-2013. We'd like some information from you on how likely you are to attend a workshop we organize and your preferred location and/or timing. Additionally, because…Continue
Started by Juliette Finzi Hart. Last reply by Erin De Vries Jan 24, 2012.
We're in the process of making some changes to the Sea Grant Climate Network Ning site. We'll be adding new content soon and will likely make some additional changes to the site's design. Please check back often and use the "Reply" feature on…Continue
Started by Andy Bohlander Dec 6, 2011.
Have any of you been involved or know about needs assessment in you state or region, on climate change adaptation. I am trying to evaluate different processes for undertaking a full needs assessment so if you have an example or case studies,…Continue
Started by Vicky. Last reply by Rochelle Sturtevant Jun 28, 2011.
Read a recent article on climate extremes and climate change; a concluding paragraph struck me as particularly useful in responding to the commonly asked question posed in the subject line, and I thought I'd share it:
Many climate scientists (including ourselves) routinely answer media calls after extreme events with the phrase that a particular event cannot be directly attributed…Continue
Posted by Jesse Schomberg on March 28, 2012 at 2:05pm
The Sea Grant Program at the University of Minnesota, Duluth has a 50% time, 12 month appointment Extension Educator position available beginning January 9, 2012. Job duties and responsibilities include engaging Lake Superior coastal communities in MN and WI in identifying climate change adaptation needs and other climate change-related education and outreach. Essential qualifications include a Bachelor's degree with emphasis on environmental studies or science, urban and regional planning,…Continue
Posted by Jesse Schomberg on December 7, 2011 at 3:19pm