Dr. Regan will join a discussion of alternative ways to collect data for adaptation tracking purposes at Yale-National University of Singapore's ATC workshop. The workshop is to bring together scholars with different expertise in collecting, interpreting and analyzing (big) data to advance adaptation policy tracking in general and the ATC tracking framework in particular. As a partner of ATC, we are going to contribute with our expertise on leveraging open data for adaptation assessment.
Chen will participate in the Climate Risk and Investment Symposium: Framing Private Challenges and Opportunities on Thursday, April 20. She will join a discussion of common challenges and emerging investment opportunities in climate resilience.
ND-GAIN team member, Sierra Woodruff, will present "Ecosystem services in urban land use planning: Frameworks and guidance" at the US-IALE 2017 Annual Meeting, People, Places, Patterns: Linking Landscape Heterogeneity and Socio-Environmental Systems on Wednesday, April 12, from 3:40 pm to 4:00 pm.