Photo of Gulf shoreline with beach.
Photo by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FL FWC).

Register for this free online course by June 1st

Adapting to a Changing Gulf Region: An Online Course
Learn to apply key concepts, science, and tools in climate change adaptation to your regional conservation work through a new interactive course hosted by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Limited spots are available and applications for registration will be reviewed on a rolling basis and by geographic location. Registration closes on June 1st!

Review the Course Syllabus!

Biweekly webinar sessions beginning in June
This interactive, web-based course is designed for conservation professionals committed to better integrating adaptation fundamentals into their work on the front lines of climate change, the United States Gulf Coast. Expert speaker presentations and discussion in nine biweekly sessions will tie foundational climate change adaptation concepts to key issues in the Gulf Coast region, and local case studies will offer examples of adaptation in action. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to engage with course speakers and facilitators, and with your peers, to develop a network of support for your practice as you grow your knowledge. This course is a collaboration between the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), the American Society of Adaptation Professionals (ASAP), and the Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA).

ASAP Aligned!
This course is aligned with ASAP’s Knowledge and Competencies Framework for Climate Change Adaptation and Climate Resilience Professionals.

Register Soon!
Applications for course registration are limited and will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Upon successful completion, participants receive:

  • A certificate from partner organizations
  • A LinkedIn Badge
  • Three months of free ASAP membership