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Lara reviews how existing conservation and resource management approaches are vulnerable to climate change, then discusses approaches to reducing that vulnerability.

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From the Introduction:The dynamic nature of Lake Erie means that things change, often unpredictably. Section 2 describes how the issues of concern in the lake have changed over time. Some of the issues were resolved through management actions over a short period of time, while others required long-term and ongoing management plans. Some goals, such as phosphorus concentrations in the lake, were considered achieved until zebra mussels invaded and concentrations began fluctuating again.

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Climate change experts Lara Hansen and Jennifer Hoffman consider the implications of climate change for key resource management issues of our time: invasive species, corridors and connectivity, ecological restoration, pollution, and many others. How will strategies need to change to facilitate adaptation to a new climate regime? What steps can we take to promote resilience?Climate Savvy offers a wide-ranging exploration of how scientists, managers, and policymakers can use the challenge of climate change as an opportunity to build a more holistic and effective philosophy.

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78704 Austin, TX
United States
30° 14' 44.4228" N, 97° 46' 7.8096" W
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Adaptation International is focused exclusively on helping communities, agencies, and organizations prepare for the impacts of climate change. Adaptation International specializes in bridging the gap between climate science and community action and developing the tools and strategies necessary to mainstream climate change preparedness. Adaptation International staff has expertise in climate change science, adaptation strategy development and prioritization, public health, public policy, strategic planning, community engagement, and stakeholder involvement.

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Degrees of Change explains the implications of a changing climate for Canada and Canadians. It is the second report in the Climate Prosperity series by the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE) on the economic risks and opportunities to Canada of climate change.
Examining what the impacts of climate change will mean to our environment and what a global low-carbon transition will mean to our economy, Climate Prosperity offers new insights and analysis into shaping Canada’s public policy responses to this most extraordinary challenge.

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Dr. Hoffman's slides on Adapting Your Work to Climate Change

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14B Clifton Road
3204 Hamilton
New Zealand
37° 50' 55.7988" S, 175° 6' 39.9024" E
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CLIMsystems strives to empower individuals, organizations and communities to reduce the risks posed by climatic variability and change, through the provision of software tools and scientific information for better decision-making. It is dedicated to ensuring that its customers receive the highest quality products and support required to successfully use and benefit from its software and services.                          

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Invasive species pose a serious threat to ecosystems, bearing responsibility for half to two-thirds of species extinctions. Worse yet, this problem is exacerbated by climate change, which facilitates the introduction, establishment, and spread of invasive species. One increasingly popular approach to dealing with this issue is ecosystem-based adaptation, which aims to build the resilience of ecosystems against climate change and, through doing so, reduce the threat of invasive species.

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service climate change strategy, titled “Rising to the Urgent Challenge: Strategic Plan for Responding to Accelerating Climate Change,” establishes a basic framework within which the Service will work as part of the larger conservation community to help ensure the sustainability of fish, wildlife, plants and habitats in the face of accelerating climate change.

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