The UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability presents

CALIFORNIA ADAPTS

A 3 part podcast special from
America Adapts, the Climate Change Podcast

 

The climate of California is changing and the state is adapting, but are the actions meeting the needs? In this three part podcast special, host Doug Parsons interviews a range of experts as they tell about the state’s five major elements of climate adaptation: fire, drought, flood, temperature, sea level rise. The contents address the question of whether the state is ready for the changes everyone knows are coming.

 

EPISODE ONE (45:42):  THE STORYTELLERS

EPISODE TWO (1:04:50):  THE JOURNEY

EPISODE THREE (40:38):  THE SYNTHESIS


 

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