Research Projects

Climate and Health Adaptation Project

Climate and Health Adaptation Project in conjunction with the Southwest Region Planning Commission, Council for a Healthier Community, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and NH Department of Health and Human Services. Read More

Vulnerability of Seniors to a Changing Climate

Led by current AUNE doctoral candidate Jason Rhoades, the Center and the City of Bridgeport have begun working on a new assessment analyzing the proportional impacts climate change may have […] Read More

Climate Resilience Toolkit

Field Testing the Climate Resilience Toolkit Antioch University’s Center for Climate Preparedness and Community Resilience convened 29 end-user decision-makers, working with 25 Eastern coastal communities, to “road test” version 1.0 […] Read More

Oyster River Culvert Analysis

Oyster River Culvert Vulnerability, NH Abstract Studies have already detected intensification of precipitation events consistent with climate change projections. Communities may have a window of opportunity to prepare, but information […] Read More

Stormwater Drainage – Minnesota

Municipal Stormwater Vulnerability: Minneapolis & Victoria, MN Abstract: This study was the fourth in an ongoing program to investigate unresolved issues pertaining to stormwater adaptation. The overarching purpose of this […] Read More

Stormwater Drainage – Sunapee NH

Vulnerability of Road Crossings: Lake Sunapee Watershed, NH Abstract Numerous studies report that intensified precipitation resulting from anthropogenic climate change will stress civil infrastructures. Communities may have a window of […] Read More

Upcoming Events

Mar29

The Economics of Natural and Nature Based Coastal Adaptation

This workshop explores the differences between economic fact and fiction for resilience decision-making, and why these differences matter.
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Apr04

Adapting Forested Watersheds to Climate Change Workshop

Two day workshop. Real-world examples of climate adaptation projects that work to meet landowner goals will be featured, and participants will engage in a variety of interactive activities to identify climate change issues and potential adaptation actions. Feedback from Day 2 will directly inform the continued development of the new Forests and Water Strategies and Approaches menu.
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Apr13

Financing Climate Change Solutions

Although there is widespread agreement on the need for adapting to the changing climate, there is no clear consensus on how much it will cost, or how communities can pay for it. This webinar will address what the future holds for financial support for emergency preparedness and longer range adaptation planning.
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