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Welcome | CCASS
  • Bridging the gap between science and decision-making

  • Managing risk in a complex, interdisciplinary context

  • Finding synergies between adaptation and mitigation

  • Preparing for transformational change and weather and climate extremes

Highlights

The Sept. 2016 issue of UCARConnect includes a feature story on Kathy Jacobs' career and her recent work on the relationship of extreme weather and climate change. 

Events

In June, CCASS supported the visit of personnel from the Caribbean Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH) in Bridgetown, Barbados.  Five CIMH scientists who... More

CIMH visitors Jodi-Ann Petri, Shelly-Ann Cox, and Roché Mahon consider ways to build the social science component of their climate adaptation work.

About Us

Partner with CCASS

The world must increasingly adapt to global challenges stemming from a changing climate. Smart adaptation and a focus on preparedness for a wide range of possible future conditions put us all on sound footing. 

The Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions brings together a wealth of expertise at the University of Arizona to support sound management choices in the context of this change, linking science, information needs of managers, and decision-making. CCASS provides services and benefits to both stakeholders (from local, state, and federal employees to elected officials, tribes, businesses, and citizens) and affiliates from the UA as they work to connect rapidly evolving scientific understanding of a changing climate with management practices in the U.S. and internationally. Please join us in CCASS opportunities and efforts.

News

Now hiring!

The Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions (CCASS) and its Native Nations Climate Adaptation Program (NNCAP) are... more

Participants sought for SW CSC review

A review of the Southwest Climate Science Center will be held Feb. 14-17, 2017, in Tucson.  ... more

A revolution in CO2 capture and storage?

A new study shows that carbon dioxide can be removed from the atmosphere and trapped underground by injecting it into volcanic... more