Adaptation Tracking Collaborative officially launched today

The Adaptation Tracking Collaborative was officially launched today, funded by a Partnership Development Grant from SSHRC. Based out of McGill―with partner institutes at Wageningen University, University of California Los Angeles, and the Universities of Notre Dame & Minnesota―the ATC brings together an interdisciplinary international team of academics, practitioners, and decision makers who are interested in […]

Malcolm Araos Featured on Vice Magazine

Vice Magazine’s Motherboard interviewed Malcolm Araos to learn more about the current global situation on climate change adaptation. Only a low percentage of the examined reports and policy documents stated that they were taking any action to reduce their vulnerability to climate-related disasters. Read Stephen Buranyi’s article entitled “Some Cities Are Falling Behind in Preparing […]

TRAC3 at Adaptation Futures

Members and collaborators will be attending the 2016 Adaptation Futures conference in Rotterdam from May 10-13. The programme and additional information can be found here. Thursday May 12th 2016 Tracking Adaptation to Climate Change for MRE Organized by: James Ford and Robbert Biesbroek Room: Tokyo Room 11:00 – 12:45 James Ford and/or Robbert Biesbroek Tracking […]

Project Leader Stephanie Austin Receives CIHR Award

Congratulations to Stephanie Austin for receiving the Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research! The scholarship will fund her Master’s research examining adaptation to climate change in the health sector under TRAC3. She will begin her Masters in September 2015 with Drs. James Ford and Lea Berrang-Ford in the […]