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Much of the focus surrounding climate action is on mitigation: how do we reduce the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and avoid catastrophic climate change in the coming decades?
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Listen to this podcast episode, “Adaptation in North America: What’s happening and what needs to happen”, featuring Beth Gibbons, Executive Director of the American Society of Adaptation Professionals (ASAP).
Beth discusses how North American cities adapt to a changing climate and what still needs to happen to ensure people and places are protected.
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