Join Us for the 2020 California Adaptation Forum!
Tribal and indigenous communities play a critical role in our collective efforts to adapt and build resilience to the impacts of climate change. Not only should Tribes have a larger voice in California’s adaptation planning and decision-making processes, we believe adaptation practitioners have a lot to learn from tribal communities – from traditional ecological knowledge to resilient land management practices and much, much more.
We invite you to join us for the 4th California Adaptation Forum, taking place August 18-20, 2020 on the ancestral homelands of the Cahuilla and Tongva tribes in Riverside, CA. The California Adaptation Forum (CAF) is hosted by the Local Government Commission and aims to foster knowledge exchange, innovation, and mutual support to transition from adaptation awareness to planning and action. Participants will learn about the latest adaptation policies, tools, best practices, case studies, and funding opportunities while making new connections to support their climate resilience initiatives.
Learn more at californiaadaptationforum.org