I've been asked to write a series of posts for the Bay Area Open Space Council's blog about climate change adaptation, and Monday was the launch of the series.
Read my first post "Be Our Guest: Planning for Climate Change, Part One," wherein I tell the story of how I got involved in adaptation work back in 2008.
Part two will talk about my scenario planning case study in Marin County, the Futures of Wild Marin.
Part three will discuss the conflict between planning for adaptation for human and natural systems, and the theory of "ecosystem-based" adaptation.
Part four will present some of the new California-based adaptation initiatives.