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Ten Strategies for Climate Resilience in the Colorado River Basin

A warmer, drier climate poses extreme challenges for the seven-state, binational Colorado River Basin. Culp & Kelly co-authored with Martin & McCoy Ten Strategies for Climate Resilience in the Colorado River Basin. The report is targeted to the Basin’s many water managers and offers an integrated path to increase water-related climate resilience and to spur proactive, coordinated, and results-oriented watershed scale projects. The report aims to promote actions that directly adapt to and mitigate the steady, compounding water-related risks of climate change to economies, communities, landscapes, and the water resources that support them.

The team authored this report on behalf of seven national conservation organizations: American Rivers, Environmental Defense Fund, National Audubon Society, The Nature Conservancy, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, Trout Unlimited, and Western Resource Advocates.

In addition to the report, Culp & Kelly supported development of a database of federal funding opportunities under the 2021 Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act that could support implementation of the Ten Strategies.