Adaptation Clearinghouse

The Adaptation Clearinghouse seeks to advance effective climate, energy, and transportation policies in the United States that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help communities adapt to climate change . The Clearinghouse aims to strenghten the Federal-State partnership and provide information to policymakers, resource managers, academics, and others who are working to help communities adapt to climate change.


Subject area
Level of focus on subject areas: L - Low, M - Medium, H - High
HAdaptation
Mitigation
Development

Subject focus: 

  • Governance
Language and access

Google Translator: 

No

Language(s): 

  • English
Expertise:
Level of experitse needed to make best use of the platform
Bandwidth:
Ideal minimum bandwidth required to make best use of the platform
Geographic coverage
Regions and countries covered by the initiative

Global focus: 

No

Countries: 

United States
Contact Details
For host or main institution

Contact Name: 

Chris Coil, Communications Director

Contact Address: 

Georgetown Climate Center, Hall of States, Suite 422, 444 N. Capitol Street, Washington DC 20001, US

Contact Telephone: 

(202) 661-6566

Contact Email: 

Partners include
Target Audience

Audience geographic focus: 

  • National

Audience role: 

  • Academics/Scientists
  • Civil society
  • General public
  • Government decision-makers
  • Practitioners
Content Categories

Available Formats: 

  • Data visualisation/mapping
  • Government policy documents
  • News and events
  • Research findings/reports

Special content types: 

  • Email distribution list
  • Facebook
  • Government policy documents
  • News and Events
  • Twitter
  • Video

Sources: 

  • Academic
  • Government Documents
Access: Medium
Level of emphasis on providing access to knowledge
Share:
Emphasis on allowing sharing of knowledge by users