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Location

United States
51° 28' 31.4256" N, 127° 58' 7.5" W
US

Project Summary

The Marine Plan Partnership for the North Pacific Coast (MaPP) is a collaboration between British Columbia’s Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, and First Nations representing the Coastal First Nations-Great Bear Initiative, the North Coast-Skeena First Nations Stewardship Society, and the Nanwakolas Council. EcoAdapt partnered with MaPP in 2012-2015 to facilitate the integration of climate change into marine use plans for the four subregions: Haida Gwaii, North Coast, Central Coast, and North Vancouver Island.

Abstract

Coastal and marine spatial planning (CMSP) is a science-based, collaborative process used to sustainably manage resources, interests, and activities among diverse coastal and ocean users and sectors. Climate change is affecting marine and coastal ecosystems throughout the world, manifesting in warming air and sea temperatures, increasing coastal storms, and rising sea levels. The existing and projected impacts of climate change and ocean acidification need to be incorporated into planning processes to ensure long-term success.

Abstract

The Working Group II contribution to the AR5 (WGII AR5) has 30 chapters, a Technical Summary, and a Summary for Policymakers. The WGII AR5 considers the vulnerability and exposure of human and natural systems, the observed impacts and future risks of climate change, and the potential for and limits to adaptation. The chapters of the report assess risks and opportunities for societies, economies, and ecosystems around the world.

Adaptation Workbook

Location

United States
47° 6' 52.5888" N, 88° 32' 50.6724" W
US
Tool Overview: 

AdaptationWorkbook.org is a new web-based tool for land management and conservation. The Adaptation Workbook is a structured process to consider the potential effects of climate change and design land management and conservation actions that can help prepare for changing conditions. The Workbook provides users with a flexible, logical process to consider climate change information and design their own customized management actions that can help achieve their management objectives.

Populations at Risk

Location

Headwaters Economics
PO Box 7059
59771 Bozeman , MT
United States
45° 40' 48" N, 111° 2' 24" W
Montana US
Tool Overview: 

Events such as climate change, extreme weather, floods, wildfires, and significant economic changes affect some populations more than others. Populations at Risk is a free tool to easily create reports about populations more likely to experience adverse social, health, or economic outcomes in selected areas of the United States. Variables used include indicators such as race, ethnicity, housing, poverty, and education, among others. Produced in Excel or PDF format, reports may be created at the community, county, or state scale and may compare several geographies.

Abstract

A growing body of literature examines the vulnerability, risk, resilience, and adaptation of indigenous peoples to climate change. This synthesis of literature brings together research pertaining to the impacts of climate change on sovereignty, culture, health, and economies that are currently being experienced by Alaska Native and American Indian tribes and other indigenous communities in the United States.

Location

Vancouver
Canada
49° 16' 57.8244" N, 123° 7' 14.6568" W
CA
Organization Overview: 

The MaPP initiative is a partnership between the Province of British Columbia and 17 member First Nations that developed marine use plans for B.C.’s North Pacific Coast. The MaPP region is divided into four sub-regions: Haida GwaiiNorth CoastCentral Coast and North Vancouver I

Location

Clyde River , NU
Canada
Phone: 867.924.6220
70° 28' 23.1384" N, 68° 35' 15.5256" W
Nunavut CA
Organization Overview: 

Located on the northeast coast of Baffin Island in Nunavut, Canada, Clyde River (Kangiqtugaapik) has a population of about 950 people.  It is home to one of the most diverse landscapes in Nunavut including dramatic cliffs, deep fjords, rolling tundra, sandy and rocky coastlines, lakes, rivers, mountains, and glaciers, and has many species of Arctic plants and animals like seals, whales, polar bears, birds, fox, caribou, and fish.  Inuit culture, activities, and language are very strong in Clyde River, making it one of the most traditional communities in the Baffin region.  The community is

Location

4820 She-Nah-Num Drive
98513 Olympia , WA
United States
Phone: (360) 456-5221
47° 0' 13.3416" N, 122° 40' 13.1808" W
Washington US
Organization Overview: 

The Nisqually Tribe is located on the Nisqually River in rural Thurston County, 15 miles east of Olympia, Washington. Our people lived in the south Puget Sound watershed long before 1833, when Fort Nisqually was established as the first white settlement on Puget Sound. The Nisqually people came north from the Great Basin, across the Cascade Mountains, to settle near the Mashel River. We were a fishing people, living off of the rich bounty of the river, and sustaining life for our home and environment.

Location

Wushenzhao Ecological Industrial Zone
017320 Erdos
China
40° 49' 2.9928" N, 111° 45' 56.2248" E
CN
Organization Overview: 

The Maowusu Biomass Thermoelectric Company focuses on carbon capture and storage, vegetation restoration, biomass energy development, and desertification control in Inner Mongolia.

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