Regional Climate Partners

The Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center (NW CASC) encourages cooperative action to address climate adaptation science needs across the entire Northwest region. Our consortium partners are involved in a diverse range of federal climate programs, interagency adaptation collaborations and regional and national planning efforts. Key Northwest program partners include:

  • Pacific Northwest Climate Impacts Research Consortium

    The Pacific Northwest Climate Impacts Research Consortium, funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association and based at Oregon State University, supports communities, policy makers and resource managers in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Western Montana adapting to climate change.

  • Northwest Climate Hub

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Northwest Climate Hub provides science-based, region-specific tools and information that assist with climate-informed decision making. The Northwest Climate Hub serves Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington.


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    Landscape Conservation Cooperatives

    The Landscape Conservation Cooperatives provide an opportunity for states, tribes, federal agencies, non-governmental organizations, universities, private landowners and other conservation partners to work across boundaries to address today’s complex, landscape-scale environmental challenges. The national network of Landscape Conservation Cooperatives was established by the Department of the Interior in 2009 to address large-scale conservation issues, including climate change.


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