Resiliency in the Face of a Changing Climate


solar panels in the desert

Californians — and citizens worldwide — are feeling the effects of a changing and warming climate. Sea levels are rising, ice caps are melting and wildfires are more intense and frequent. As California grapples with how to address the impacts of climate change, the California Natural Resources Agency has been tasked with building California's climate resiliency, preserving the state's biodiversity and expanding equitable access to natural areas. Join our chat with California Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crowfoot as we discover what the California Natural Resources Agency is working on and how it's preparing California for a more climate-resilient future.

  • Nick Josefowitz / SPUR
  • Secretary Wade Crowfoot / California Natural Resources Agency




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