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University of Minnesota Climate Adaptation Partnership

Give to the Max Day 2022

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Minnesotans are concerned about climate change. They are also hopeful that we will work to reduce severe impacts of the changing climate, and they support action to prepare for climate change.

The University of Minnesota Climate Adaptation Partnership (MCAP) was formed in 2008 by a small group of university and community partners, who started working to support increased awareness of and investments in climate adaptation in Minnesota and across the Midwest. MCAP has organized annual conferences, climate adaptation awards, a monthly webinar series, and sustaining resources like theWeatherTalk Blog. We have engaged thousands of people in dialogue about climate impacts and adaptation actions. 

With support from the University of Minnesota Extension and the College of Food, Agricultural, and Natural Resource Sciences, we are growing our team and partnerships to help communities and landscapes prepare and thrive in a changing climate. If you are able, we invite you to make a gift of any amount that's meaningful to you.

Financial support helps MCAP partner in cutting-edge research to share future climate projections for Minnesota and develop tools to help people prepare for climate change. It helps deliver high quality training and technical support to help Minnesotans plan for climate change. It helps us strengthen connections and collaboration within and across communities to support climate resilience.

Donors help MCAP support student involvement in research and engagement, grow scholarship funding to ensure everyone can access our tools and take part in training, sustain high-quality resources like the WeatherTalk Blog, recognize Minnesota's climate leaders, and more. 

THANK YOU! Your support today ensures our strong partnership to help Minnesota communities prepare and thrive in a changing climate.

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