Lightning Talks on Special Topics

In the Winter of 2022, the CAP/RISA program initiated a call for presentations to inform potential cross-regional collaboration. The purpose of this exercise was to support network sharing and communications around efforts related to specific topics. CAP/RISA teams put together short, 5-minute videos describing their experience, expertise, or ideas for future projects related to the following three topics:

  • Development, Assessment, Testing of Engagement Methods - Engagement methods refer to those processes that build partnerships with communities, incorporate local knowledge sources, and integrate social, physical, and natural science information, to co-develop, co-produce, and co-manage research, planning, and other related activities
  • Identification and Assessments of Tradeoffs and Benefits of Adaptation Solutions - Interdisciplinary methods, processes, and evaluation to identify and assess social and physical tradeoffs and co-benefits of climate adaptation infrastructure options in communities to inform planning.
  • Wildfire Resilience - Actionable knowledge of the interactions between wildfire risk and social infrastructures in order to develop relevant solutions to improve climate resilience and reduce wildfire risk in communities.

To watch the collection of lightning talks, visit the CAP/RISA YouTube Channel or scroll down. To review the spreadsheet of ideas for future projects, click here

 

Contact

Dr. Chelsea Combest-Friedman
Social Scientist, Program Director (Acting)
P: (301) 734-1240
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Caitlin Simpson
Program Manager
P: (301) 734-1251
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Dr. Ariela Zycherman
Social Scientist, Program Manager
P: (301) 734-1244
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Sean Bath
Physical Scientist, Program Manager
P: (301) 734-1294
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Genie Bey*
Program Specialist (UCAR)
P: (435) 610-0161
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Jessica Garrison*
Program Specialist (UCAR)
P: (270) 308-5843
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