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The Aquarium of the Pacific brought together experts to explore potential risks of extreme weather-related events in Southern California and draft action plans to increase resiliency to events like heat waves, droughts, flooding, and wildfires.
This report is a brief summary of the forum held on November 28-29, 2012 at the Aquarium of the Pacific. For each of the four categories of extreme weather- related events that were ranked as having the greatest potential to cause serious disruptions in Southern California, we present a brief summary and an abbreviated set of recommended actions.
The Aquarium of the Pacific hosted three sessions of its Aquatic Academy in February 2013. After presentations by speakers and discussion periods, Aquatic Academy participants compiled a plan to decarbonize society and reduce the impacts of climate change.
The workshop focused on efforts to increase community resilience through public education and outreach designed and delivered through the Coastal Ecosystem Learning Center Network.
The Aquarium’s leadership, in partnership with its trustees, board of directors, and other supporters, has implemented a ten-year master plan outlining the institution’s goals for the future.
Christopher Clinton Conway, previously executive director of Chicago’s Joffrey Ballet, will join the Aquarium’s senior staff.