What’s New

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

Blue Green Slimy Stuff - Coming to a Western Waterway soon!

Toxic algae outbreaks in water systems are a well known phenomena in the Midwest and Eastern United States. Now though we're seeing a rapid increase in these outbreaks in the American West. Like other...

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Flagstaff Climate Action and Adaption Plan

The adopted Flagstaff Climate Action and Adaptation Plan serves as a road map for how Flagstaff prepares for, and responds to, climate change. It took effect in November 2018, and is being used to des...

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Cost effective Healthy Headwaters work being done around the West

This brief is about smart, cost-effective healthy headwaters work currently being done around the West. These vignettes highlight both the promise and price-tag of these smart investments, and can be...

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Climate Disruption - Polling summary

The short and sweet polling memo highlights the major shifts in US public opinion on climate disruption. These shifts provide significant opportunities for many working in the climate and water space....

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Recommendations for Improving Forest Health, Water Protection and Wildfire Resilience

Carpe Diem West, in partnership with the National Forest Foundation spearheaded a research project in February  2019 in three locations near national forests across the rural West (Wenatchee, WA; Bue...

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Blog Carpe Diem West staff and advisors explore issues related to western water and climate change.

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

News Articles & Op-Ed's See the latest commentary from Carpe Diem West network leaders quoted in the media.

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.