Twin Ports Climate Conversations (TPCC) is a monthly opportunity for community dialogue about questions of climate change. TPCC covers different topics monthly, focusing on perspectives of climate change impacts, adaptation responses, and opportunities for mitigation and resilience. These conversations are organized, coordinated and facilitated by staff from multiple agencies. You are invited to join the conversation.
Minnesota Sea Grant's role as a coordinator and facilitator of the Twin Ports Climate Conversations events supports our mission to enhance the practical use and conservation of coastal, marine and Great Lakes resources in order to create a sustainable economy and environment.
What have we done lately?
Each month Twin Ports Climate Conversations hosts a presentation that is open to the public.
We encourage you to check out the schedule of upcoming presentations and recordings of past TPCC events .
Participants & Audience
Twin Ports Climate Conversations are designed for anyone interested in participating in a community conversation about climate change and community preparedness and response. Conversations focus on perspectives of climate change impacts, adaptation responses, and opportunities for building community resilience and mitigation. The conversations are organized, coordinated, and facilitated by staff from Minnesota Sea Grant, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, an other community organizations.
Support for Twin Ports Climate Conversations is provided by:
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Minnesota's Lake Superior Coastal Program
National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, Office for Coastal Management
Minnesota Sea Grant
Wisconsin Sea Grant
1854 Treaty Authority
Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science
1854 Treaty Authority, Tribal Government
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Lake Superior Coastal Program, State/Local Government
U.S. Forest Service, Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science, Federal Government