Data & Maps

Sea Level Rise Projections for the State of Connecticut

Sea level rise is a well-established impact of a warming planet due to expanding warming oceans and melting ice currently trapped on land. In 2012 NOAA released global sea level rise scenarios that were referenced in Connecticut state statute requiring that sea level rise be considered in state and local plans of conservation and development […]

CIRCA is Hiring a GIS Technical Temporary Project Specialist

CIRCA invites applications for the position of Temporary Project Specialist to provide support on projects that require mapping and Geographic Information Systems expertise. Position Summary Under the direction of designated supervisor (Prof. James O’Donnell), the position will provide program support in the following activities: mapping, GIS analysis, computer programming for data analysis and visualization. A […]

Resilience Financing Options in Connecticut – CIRCA Releases Fact Sheet

Resilience Financing Options in Connecticut – CIRCA Releases Fact Sheet By Rebecca French,1 Wayne Cobleigh,2 Jessica LeClair,1 and Yi Shi3 1 Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation 2 GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. 3 Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Becoming resilient to the impacts of climate change and extreme weather in Connecticut has a […]

Past Recipients

The Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation (CIRCA) is pleased to announce the results of past round of grants under its Matching Funds Program. Collectively these projects will work to advance the mission of the Institute, increasing resiliency in Connecticut towns and cities to the threats of climate change. In total, CIRCA will provide […]

NOAA CRrest Grant: Enhancing Coastal Resilience in Connecticut

CIRCA partners, the University of Connecticut and the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, met with the National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration(NOAA) staff this May to outline a recently awarded 2-year grant: “Enhancing Coastal Resilience in Connecticut.” Funded through the Sandy Supplemental monies distributed by the federal government (from the FY 2013 Disaster Relief […]