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Source; Governor's Office of Planning and Research, California Natural Resources Agency, California Energy Commission

California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment Statewide Summary Report

Sonya Ziaja, David W. Pierce, Jennifer Phillips, Max Moritz, Meredith Millet, Nicole Meyer-Morse, Josué Medellín-Azuara, Michael L. Mann, Amber Mahone, Jay R. Lund, Millie Levin, Michael Kleeman, Nuin-Tara Key, Surabhi Karambelkar, Daniel M. Kammen, Julie Kalansky, Chris Jones, Jelena Hartman, Michael Hanemann, Ellen Hanak, Amrith Gunasekara, Christina Greene, Guido Franco, Eric Fournier, Leah Fisher, Larry Dale, Ivana Cvijanovic, Carolyn Cook, Daniel R. Cayan, Hilda Blanco, Neil Berg, Louise Bedsworth, Rupa Basu, Maximilian Auffhammer, John Andrew, David D. Ackerly | August 27, 2018
Summary

California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment (Fourth Assessment) advances actionable science that serves the growing needs of state and local-level decision-makers from a variety of sectors. This cutting-edge research initiative is comprised of a wide-ranging body of technical reports, including rigorous, comprehensive climate change scenarios at a scale suitable for illuminating regional vulnerabilities and localized adaptation strategies in California; datasets and tools that improve integration of observed and projected knowledge about climate change into decision- making; and recommendations and information to directly inform vulnerability assessments and adaptation strategies for California’s energy sector, water resources and management, oceans and coasts, forests, wildfires, agriculture, biodiversity and habitat, and public health. In addition, these technical reports have been distilled into summary reports and a brochure, allowing the public and decision-makers to easily access relevant findings from the Fourth Assessment.

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California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment (Fourth Assessment) advances actionable science that serves the growing needs of state and local-level decision-makers from a variety of sectors. This cutting-edge research initiative is comprised of a wide-ranging body of technical reports, including rigorous, comprehensive climate change scenarios at a scale suitable for illuminating regional vulnerabilities and localized adaptation strategies in California; datasets and tools that improve integration of observed and projected knowledge about climate change into decision- making; and recommendations and information to directly inform vulnerability assessments and adaptation strategies for California’s energy sector, water resources and management, oceans and coasts, forests, wildfires, agriculture, biodiversity and habitat, and public health. In addition, these technical reports have been distilled into summary reports and a brochure, allowing the public and decision-makers to easily access relevant findings from the Fourth Assessment.

Click here for key findings brochure

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climate change, planning and management