The Georgetown Climate Adaptation Project models an effective approach to stakeholder engagement and built capacity for consensus-based planning around climate change. The project engaged nearly 300 people in Georgetown County in customized role play simulation workshops. Project results provide insight into the diversity and range of experiences and values within a community that should be considered in management and planning decisions.
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This video examines climate change challenges and opportunities for South Carolina, and illustrates how role playing simulation workshops were used to foster dialogue and advance adaptation efforts. The project team explains the process used and outlines some of the key findings and outcomes from the Georgetown Climate Adaptation Project.