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Please find below links to informational products and reports that document the purpose, progress, and results of the CURRV project. Keep in mind that this process is adaptive, meaning that as new information becomes available the below documents may be updated.
This report compiles information about the Tijuana River Valley to ensure that all stakeholders involved in the planning process have a baseline understanding of what resources are present within the valley, how the area is managed, and what threatens the long-term sustainability of the natural habitats and built infrastructure. Information in this document was compiled with input from participants of the CURRV Kick-off Stakeholder Workshop, providing the foundation for the scenarios and the development of climate adaptation strategies.
This scenario planning guidebook outlines the process of developing four future planning scenarios for the Tijuana River Valley, capturing lessons learned and the results from discussions at workshops and one-on-one interviews.
Adaptation Strategies and an Implementation Plan are being developed to inform the 2017 update of the Reserve’s Comprehensive Management Plan, ensuring climate change adaptation is a central component to Reserve management and the core programmatic areas- Cultural & Historical Resources, Education & Community Outreach, Research, Stewardship, and Training. This document will be updated as new stakeholder input is incorporated.
Below are workshop summary reports resulting from collaborative CURRV workshops and trainings. Click here for more information on CURRV events, including working group meetings, expert workshops, and trainings.
- Beyond Bathtub (December 2012)
- Scenario Planning (December 2013)
- Lifting the Fog- Tool Community (May 2014) & Adaptation Forum (Aug 2014)
- Green Infrastructure (April 2015)
Our Artist-In-Residence, Audrey Carver, brought the science to life through her painting. The exhibit contains murals that illustrate the four different possible futures, or scenarios, that scientists developed through CURRV. Each of the four scenes highlights the habitats and wildlife that would be characteristic of each scenario. The paintings are interpretations of the science behind the scenarios, providing a window into the future. To learn more please visit: http://trnerr.org/visualizing-the-future/
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CURRV Planning Process
Future Planning Scenarios
Integrating Scenarios into Vulnerability Assessment & Adaptation Planning