The Association of American Geographers (AAG) is coming to New York City from February 24-28. CISC faculty and staff have organized or are involved with a number of sessions and related events. For the full schedule, visit the AAG homepage.  The list below outlines CISC participation and links to the relevant information.

CISC Deputy Director Allan Frei:

A Perspective on the Changes in Arctic Environment: Part I

A Perspective on the Changes in Arctic Environment: Part II

Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation meet the Big Apple: Lessons from 2011’s Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee

CISC Deputy Director Peter Marcotullio:

Re-examining the linkages between transportation, urban form, and energy use

CISC Program Manager Lesley Patrick

Coastal Response to Sea Level Changes



CISC Director Bill Solecki

Cities and Climate Change Experimentation I: drivers, dynamics and consequences

Cities as First Responders: The Assessment Report on Climate Change and Cities (ARC3) and How to Become Part of Urban Climate Change Research Network and Its Ongoing Work

Monitoring and Forecasting Urban Growth: Lessons Learned and Moving Forward From Two Workshops

State of the Art: Social-Ecological Systems Theories, Methods, and Models

Transformational Adaptation to Climate Change in New York City: If Incremental Adaptation Might Not Be Enough

Transition Theory, Coupled Human-Natural Systems, and Geography: Cross-Connections and Opportunities for Analysis

Urbanization, Climate Change and Hydrology 1: Intersections & Management for more Sustainable Cities

Urbanization, Climate Change and Hydrology 3: Landcover


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