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Webinar: Introducing Gulf TREE, a New Resource for Climate Resilience Tools

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Wednesday, 11 April 2018, 12:00

Wednesday, April 11, 2018. 12:00PM. Webinar: Introducing Gulf TREE, a New Resource for Climate Resilience Tools. Mikaela Heming, Northern Gulf of Mexico Sentinel Site Cooperative. Sponsored by Center for Satellite Applications and Research. More information here.


Gulf TREE (Tools for Resilience Exploration Engine) is a filter-based search engine designed to match users with relevant climate resilience tools quickly, easily, and confidently. The goal is to make the process of finding a relevant climate resilience tool simpler; Gulf TREE sorts through over 100 tools (with more being added all the time) to help users find one that meets their criteria. The new site, released late February 2018, was created by the Northern Gulf of Mexico Sentinel Site Cooperative, Gulf of Mexico Alliance, and the Gulf of Mexico Climate and Resilience Community of Practice. Gulf TREE is relevant for users of all experience levels and across a wide variety of sectors. Input from nearly 200 prospective end-users across the climate resilience spectrum was sought to understand specific issues stakeholders are tackling, questions and needs for tool suitability, and to ensure an intuitive, user-friendly website.

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