Georgetown Climate Center Adaptation Clearinghouse Developed by the Georgetown Climate Center, the Adaptation Clearinghouse provides resources for state policymakers, resource managers, academics, and others who are working to help communities adapt to climate change.
Local Communities Adapting to Climate Change This online course, put together by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, the Consensus Building Institute, and Bio-Era, is intended to guide decision makers and other stakeholders in managing the risks associated with climate change at the local and regional levels.
Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange (CAKE) Put together by Island Press and Eco-Adapt, CAKE is an online forum aimed at building a shared knowledge base for managing natural systems in the face of climate change. The website includes information about adaptation case studies, links to climate change tools, and other resources. CAKE also puts out a monthly newsletter with recent adaptation-related developments.
Surging Seas Climate Central's Surging Seas website includes an interactive online map that allows users to view coastal flooding exposure maps and local projections for over 3,000 coastal towns, cities, counties, and states. The tool allows users to zoom in and search by zip code, city, or state to find associated statistics, plans, factsheets, and data.