Effective adaptation to our changing environment requires public, business, academic, and non-profit organizations to communicate and collaborate to make decisions for the long term.  In practice, it can be confusing to determine how to get the necessary information and expertise to flow across these organizational boundaries. The Partnership for Resilience will empower society to act by increasing effective communication and collaboration among Partners and stimulating adaptation and mitigation activity investments across all sectors. 

Collaborate with Partners to identify and take action on key threats and opportunities posed by our changing environment.

Take a leadership role in developing the emerging interdisciplinary field combining science, environmental analytics, and business.

partnership benefits

  • Leverage the shared robust public collection of large and complex environmental data sets, data resources and environmental models and develop collective expertise amongst the Partners to use the data to inform decision-making.
  • Stay up-to-date through Partnership for Resilience State-of-the-Science Briefings, Strategic Outlooks, and Re-Think Reports.
  • Access to research and computational facilities and environmental analytics expertise.
  • Facilitate technology transfer and development of environmental data-related businesses and products that will drive 21st-century economic and business growth.
  • Take advantage of a Resilience Fellow Exchange Program among academic, corporate, and government partners that gives Partners the opportunity to work with leading scientists, regulators, and business leaders in a new way.

  • Participate in the Partnership for Resilience solution showcases, conferences and in working groups, special projects, and expert panels to drive innovative “Resilience Thinking” approaches.
  • Engage a broad community of scientific experts and stakeholders from across academia, industry, government, and not-for-profit associations to identify and shape society’s understanding a changing environment.
  • Develop technical, ethical, policy, and analytical best practices for using, sharing, stewarding, and developing environmental information.
  • Shape, create, and distribute learning and continuing education materials that will provide our local, state, regional, national, and international economies with a environmentally-knowledgeable workforce to address the challenges of the future.