September 30, 2019

A Conversation on Climate Impacts in Spokane

Event Details

Date & Time

Monday, Sep 30, 2019 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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Co-sponsored by the Gonzaga Environmental Studies Department and the Spokane Community Adaptation Project.


Free and open to the public.


Jepson Center, Room 014

Event Type & Tags

  • Academics
  • Sustainability
  • Service & Community Impact

About This Event

Spokane is full of great opportunities to work and play outside! What happens in the face of changing weather and climate conditions? What are likely climate impacts for changes to Spokane’s temperature, precipitation, stream, flow, snowpack, and wildfire? Join us to learn how your neighbors are working with researchers in the Northwest to understand climate impacts and design strategies to help our community adapt and remain resilient.

About the Spokane Community Adaptation Project:

The Spokane Community Adaptation Project (SCAP) is a collaborative effort between the Climate Impacts Research Consortium (CIRC) and the community of Spokane. SCAP is working to help identify climate and weather impacts facing the Spokane community as well as resiliency actions designed to keep the community, its economy, and natural systems healthy and flourishing.