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View the Impact Collaborative Summit Climate Resiliency Keynote Speaker Sessions and Panel


The 2023 Impact Collaborative Summit had a special focus on Climate Resilience in collaboration with the Extension Committee on Organization and Policy's (ECOP) Climate Program Action Team and included Keynote speaker sessions to inspire and inform participants on how climate resiliency can be integrated into their Extension projects and programs.

Keynote speaker sessions and panelists at the Summit included a Climate update from NIFA, a special panel by the USDA Climate Hub and NOAA CAP/RISA, and other climate experts working with Extension! The purpose of these sessions is to start conversations, create awareness, and build capacity for implementing programs that increase climate resilience in the communities Extension serves.

Members are welcome to watch any of the keynote sessions in our Video resource library, which is linked in the titles below!

Keynote Speaker Sessions:

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