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CASES Database and Adaptation Library


The CASES (Climate Adaptation caSE Studies) database was created to support climate change adaptation efforts at the state, regional, and local level. CASES is a user-driven, searchable database that provides basic information on state and local level adaptation planning efforts. Users can search the database by any other combination of search options. Users are also encouraged to submit case studies to the database.


The CASES Adaptation Library was created to provide more general information on planning for climate change. The library provides links to a wide variety of reports, studies, and other general information on adaptation planning that are not specific to any one community.

Primary Toolkit:

Climate Change Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Adaptation, Clearinghouse, Climate


Institutional Author:

Climate Impact Groups





Five most recent user comments

2.5 Stars of 5 - Somewhat Useful
climate change database and resources
By Julie West
database is not well populated.  Good resource/library list.  easy to use and navigate.

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