Announcing the 2nd National Adaptation Forum!


Date: May 12-14, 2015
Location: St. Louis, MO
Brought to you by EcoAdapt, the National Adaptation Forum Steering Committee, and our generous sponsors, we announce the Second National Adaptation Forum. The Forum is a biennial gathering created by a group of professionals from the private and public sectors concerned about the need to respond to and prepare for the effects of climate change. The event represents a collective effort to enhance the resilience of the Nation's communities, resources, and economy in the face of a changing climate. 

The Inaugural National Adaptation Forum was beyond successful with more than 500 attendees, representing 44 states, all levels of government, non-government organizations, community groups, academia, and private industry. Participants experienced professional development, and information sharing through an innovative and comprehensive program featuring plenary sessions, symposia, working groups, training sessions, exhibit booths, poster session, and networking events. 

The next Forum will take place May 12-14, 2015, in St. Louis, MO, and is poised to be an even greater success, representing more aspects of the far-reaching adaptation community. While there, participants learn how to make their work climate informed, share what they have learned with others, and develop a stronger network of like-minded peers. This community is energizing and considers the National Adaptation Forum as the place to build momentum, while simultaneously keeping abreast of new science and engaging new stakeholders. Participants leave ready to take Action Today for a Better Tomorrow.

Learn more about what our participants thought about the Inaugural National Adaptation Forum in this compelling video!

Be a part of the solution and get in on the ground floor as a sponsor for the National Adaptation Forum in 2015. Learn more about the opportunities to participate in the Second National Adaptation Forum by reviewing the prospectus today. Stay tuned for more information as the Forum takes shape by visiting nationaladaptationforum.org