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Find out what’s new in the field with updates from the Carpe Diem West Network.

Powerful Resource Database at your Fingertips

There's a great resource available to policymakers, resource managers, academics, and others who are working to help communities adapt to climate change. Developed by the Georgetown Climate Cente...

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Waterpolls.org

Check it out!  A new website created to track and analyze public opinion on water. On WaterPolls.org you'll find coverage of key water topics, including climate change, conservation, cost, dro...

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Healthy Headwaters: Adapting Western Water Systems Through Forest Restoration and Protection

Carpe Diem West was proud to be invited to present at the 2017 National Adaptation Forum. This is the gathering of the adaptation minded. Since the Forum is created by and for the members of the adapt...

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Webinar: Hot Geography – Lessons from the frontline of the climate, water and health crisis in the American West

In addressing climate crisis; local leadership is more important than ever before. Join us to hear about the successes and lessons learned from areas dealing with some of the worst climate-related wat...

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2017 Annual Healthy Headwaters Innovation Award

Mayor Steve Hogan, City of Aurora (R) and Marshall Brown of Aurora Water (L) accept the award for Outstanding Innovation in Watershed Investment and Source Water Protection.   We held our 12th Hea...

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Interviews Western water leaders speak firsthand about the latest issues and happenings.

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Webinars Our webinars engage subject matter experts and practitioners in the field in a detailed discussion of issues at the intersection of water and climate change.