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Upcoming Webinar Series on Collaborative Fire Planning on the North Coast

An upcoming webinar mini-series about Collaborative Fire Planning on the North Coast will introduce a new NW CASC-supported project to develop strategies for managing future wildfires in the North Coast Resource Partnership and Western Klamath Mountains planning areas and solicit local input on key questions and dynamics to consider as the project is developed. 

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Register for the NW CASC’s Fall Webinar: Improving Ethical Practice in Transdisciplinary Research Projects

The Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center is hosting its fall skills-building webinar on Improving Ethical Practice in Transdisciplinary Research Projects on Monday, November 16th at 10:00 AM (PT). This webinar will explore ethical concepts to consider to better account for working with individuals, communities and organizations as partners in, rather than subjects of, transdisciplinary research. 

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Register for NW CASC’s Spring Webinar Series: Early Career Considerations for Co-Producing Actionable Science

The Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center is hosting its spring webinar series focused on early career considerations for co-producing actionable science. This series is designed to help graduate students and postdoctoral scholars engaged in research related to climate adaptation better understand how to (1) incorporate co-production into their work and (2) navigate the range of career pathways available to those interested in spanning the divide between science and decision-making to address urgent environmental challenges. 

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Register for NW CASC’s Fall Webinar Series: Amplifying Actionable Science through Intentional, Integrated & Creative Communications

The Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center is hosting its next skills-building webinar series focused on the role of communication in the co-production of actionable science. This series will offer strategies for integrating communication approaches across the life cycle of co-production efforts, provide lessons for successfully working with the media to increase the reach and impact of science, and highlight creative products used to communicate collaborative research. 

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