CASES content is user-driven, meaning that anyone involved in adaptation planning can contribute a case study report to the database. Submitting a case study report requires providing basic information on the adaptation planning effort. There are no geographic limitations on reports; case studies from around the world will be considered for inclusion in the CASES database.
If your community or organization is involved in multiple adaptation planning activities, you can choose to submit one case study for all of those activities or submit separate case study reports for each major planning activity (e.g., activities related to addressing impacts from sea level rise, flooding, and water supply could be reported in one case study or three case studies).
The following series of questions will help you construct your case study for the website. Fields marked with an * are required fields. Once the required information is entered, you will have a chance to review your entry as it would appear on the website and make any necessary edits.
All case study reports are reviewed by the database moderator to ensure quality. Case study contacts will be asked to review and update their case study reports on an annual basis to help keep CASES content current.
If you have any questions about this form or the database, please contact the Climate Impacts Group by email.