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Over the next 50 years, some coastal communities in the U.S. may be forced to deal with climate change as a potential existential threat. In this article, Susskind et al. discuss the requirements for and barriers to corrective action.
This report is designed to provide accurate, unbiased, and policy-relevant scientific information concerning the carbon cycle to a broad range of stakeholders.
How to start conversations about relocation with empathy, curiosity, and care.
Ideas for equitable climate action.
CBI conducts a study to evaluate multi-stakeholder dialogues run by the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development, and identifies six key principles for effective dialogue.
CBI launches innovative website that provides a database on managed retreat and connects municipalities threatened by rising sea levels.
CBI collaborates with residents, government officials, and an environmental solutions specialist to map a way forward for an offshore community in Chesapeake Bay.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Science Impact Collaborative and the National Estuarine Research Reserve System partner with CBI on a two-year action research project to explore the potential of “serious games” to raise awareness about climate change adaptation.
CBI, along with the World Resources Institute, facilitates workshops in Ghana and Vietnam and designs tailored role-plays to help participants consider risks associated with climate change.
Through Greater Boston Breathes Better and the Boston Air Quality Working Group, CBI facilitates a coalition of public, private, and government entities working to improve air quality in Boston and manages a related effort to bring together researchers, policy makers, and community advocates to discuss air quality issues.