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News from SECAS February 2023 Newsletter

Recap of Caribbean CoP meeting, new Blueprint Explorer features, spring web forum schedule, and more.

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New features added to the Blueprint Explorer viewer

by Hilary Morris, User Support & Communications, Southeast Conservation Blueprint

We recently added two new and exciting features to the Southeast Conservation Blueprint Explorer viewer: filtering the Blueprint by the underlying indicators, and viewing different data layers on the map. As a reminder, the Explorer is a simple online interface designed to make it easy to discover how a particular area is scoring in the Blueprint, and why. For instructions on how to use the new viewer functionality and examples of how it could help you, >>see Hilary's blog...

Caribbean Community of Practice kickoff meeting in Christiansted, St. Croix

by Alex Lamle, User Support, Southeast Conservation Blueprint

Earlier this month, some SECAS staff traveled to St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands for a Caribbean Community of Practice kickoff meeting. The two-day meeting, organized in conjunction with the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center, had over 45 attendees from 13 organizations. The goals for this meeting were to: 1) support the development of a strong community of practice in the Caribbean by creating opportunities to learn about existing work across the region, 2) elicit feedback on the developing Caribbean Blueprint indicators and draft priorities, and 3) engage in discussions about the data inequities and conservation challenges that are unique to the Caribbean. To read Alex's reflections on the meeting, >>check out her blog...