Stakeholder Input

The scientific priorities of the Alaska CSC are driven by the needs and priorities of the natural and cultural resource management communities in the Alaska region. 

The Alaska Climate Change Executive Roundtable (ACCER) and Alaska region Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs) serve as the primary conduits for stakeholder input to the Alaska CSC. Comprised of senior-level executives from both federal and non-federal agencies in Alaska, ACCER serves as the formal stakeholder advisory council for the Center.

ACCER diagram




C4 diagram


ACCER meets at least twice annually to provide guidance in the development of the Alaska CSC's Annual Action Plan, and to review progress over the previous year.  Implementation of the Alaska CSC's Strategic Plan is further assisted by a sub-group of ACCER, the Climate Change Coordinating Committee (C4).


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