Building Climate Resiliency in the
Lower Willamette


New CLI Report Based on Input from over 200 Regional Stakeholders

The Climate Leadership Initiative's new report, Building Climate Resiliency in the Lower Willamette Region of Western Oregon, caps an 18-month project to engage local experts and stakeholders in how to prepare the Lower Willamette for a changing climate. While the predicted climate impacts will have significant regional effects on the local economy, social welfare, environment and quality of life, more than 200 local stakeholders found ample opportunity for government, private businesses, and individuals to reduce harm by preparing now. 

 A companion report summarizes the findings in the full report.

For a high resolution version of the reports,
see the CLI publications page.



Climate Resiliency Webinars

CLI presented a webinar introducing the findings of the report to over 50 stakeholders from around Oregon. You can download a pdf of the presentation, or download the entire recorded session here. (This is a large file: 47MB)

For those who are interested in presenting the webinar to their community, you can download the powerpoint presentation (22MB) with accompanying talking points.