Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Gulf of Maine Regional Pilot Area

Gulf of Maine Council Climate Network

The Climate Network brings together planners and scientists from around the Gulf of Maine to raise awareness about climate impacts and inspire effective action in local communities — where residents experience first-hand the effects of changing conditions.

Our approach is collaborative and regional, engaging participants across borders to address shared concerns—such as sea-level rise, extreme weather events and ocean acidification. The Network compiles regional climate data,training videos, and climate adaptation guidance to help community leaders find the resources they need. Periodic cross-border climate gatherings help identify shared needs and plan future projects.

The Climate Network offers a quarterly bulletin highlighting notable weather and climate impacts, along with related research and resources.

For additional information on this regional partnership, Please Visit Here

About the North American Climate Services Partnership (NACSP)

The NACSP is an innovative trilateral partnership between the U.S., Mexico and Canada. This partnership was established to respond to an increasing demand for accessible and timely scientific data and information in order to make informed decisions and build resilience in our communities.


United States: Meredith Muth
Mexico: Martin Ibarra
Canada: Chantale Cote