ACCAP works with stakeholders to craft realistic adaptation strategies. We work with people whose decision-making is influenced by climate-related events. These groups include scientists and engineers; state and local planners, policy-makers, and governments; and transportation, natural resource, and land management agencies.

  • ACCAP works with coastal residents to assess where they are now, and where to go from here, in terms of marine resources.
  • ACCAP works to help communities understand how changing fire patterns may affect landscapes, wildlife, and other resources.
  • ACCAP researches and provides decision support for Alaska’s vulnerable and underserved communities.
  • ACCAP works to increase understanding of how changing water patterns may affect hydroelectric power, river ice breakup, and natural resource management.

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Website: Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy

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