The Geos Institute is a dedicated team of climate resilience practitioners that uses its technical and process expertise to help local leaders build climate resilience in their communities. Our staff works to identify opportunities and address shifting circumstances as they arise. By focusing our expertise on developing holistic solutions in partnership with other allied organizations, we are able to impact large systems.
You can also find our 2019 Form 990 here.
Since 2008, we have worked with local leaders in Oregon, California, Alaska, Colorado, Montana, Texas, Kentucky, and Alberta, Canada to help them understand the impacts of climate change, determine what they mean for their communities, and create effective strategies to lessen those impacts.
Our team has attended and presented at all National Adaptation Forums held since the inaugural forum in 2013. We have presented to a variety of organizations, such as the American Planning Association, National Association of Counties, Resilient Virginia, National Association of Development Organizations, Mississippi River Cities and Towns Initiative, National Forum for Black Public Administrators, Alaksa Tribal Conference on Environmental Management, International City/County Managers Association, American Association for the Advancement of Science, California Adaptation Forum, Alliance of Regional Collaboratives for Climate Adaptation, Sustainable Cities Conference, League of Oregon Cities, Alaska Forum on the Environment, and more.
Below are some of our accomplishments over the years: