Articles by Beth Gibbons

About Beth Gibbons

Beth Gibbons is Executive Director of the American Society of Adaptation Professionals, which supports and connects climate adaptation professionals while advancing innovation in the field. Beth is from America’s Most Perfect Village, Cooperstown, NY (pop. 1,030), spent ten years in Washington, D.C., and now lives in Ypsilanti, MI a quirky and tenacious, former factory town outside of Detroit, MI.

3 Myths About Climate Adaptation Work

Urban areas are certainly important, but not exclusively so. Large swaths of population and economy reside in America’s suburbs, exurbs, and rural communities – each of which faces unique challenges that require tailored approaches. Americans outside urban areas not only recognize the impacts of climate change, they are driving unique adaptation approaches.

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