Fifth Oregon Climate Assessment Describes What Latest Climate Science Means for Oregon and Opportunities to Adapt

Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center’s (NW CASC) Tribal Liaison, Chas Jones, and Bureau of Indian Affairs Pathways Intern, Coral Avery, were among authors on the Fifth Oregon Climate Assessment, which was published this week. This biennial report, released by Oregon State University’s Oregon Climate Change Research Institute, explores the latest science on how climate change stands to affect Oregon’s natural and human systems and provides strategies to adapt to the challenges posed by climate change.

For context and key takeaways about the report, read the press release.

For a high-level overview of the report, check out the executive summary.

Access the full Fifth Oregon Climate Assessment report here.