This case study was done in partnership with the Tribal Council of the Native Village of Shaktoolik to understand how various actors involved in planning for climate change perceive success.
The goals of this project were to foster better coordination about coastal change studies, help practitioners and scholars learn from one another, identify existing research gaps, make research more transparent and easily accessible to stakeholders in the region, and provide a framework for better understanding how projects interact.
This study evaluates the North Slope Borough-Shell Baseline Studies Program.
ACCAP is partnering with Glenn Gray and Associates and Alaska Sea Grant to identify best practices.
Measuring and evaluating progress in climate adaptation and decision support science necessitates a robust understanding of science co-production and communication within different management contexts.