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1298 S. Knoles Drive Northern Arizona University Building 56, Room 140
86011 Flagstaff, AZ
United States
35° 12' 34.9992" N, 111° 38' 35.0376" W
Organization Overview: 

The Southern Colorado Plateau Inventory and Monitoring Network (SCPN) is one of the 32 networks created as part of the Natural Resource Challenge of 1999.  The SCPN is composed of 19 parks located throughout the diverse landscapes of northern Arizona, northwestern New Mexico, southwestern Colorado and southern Utah. Most of the park units lie within the southern Colorado Plateau ecoregion, but a few parks are allied with the Arizona-New Mexico Mountains and Southern Rocky Mountains ecoregions.

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Director, Program on Sea Level Rise
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Ring Road, P.O. Box 563 2nd Floor, Lawrence Nicholas Building
Belmopan
Belize
16° 38' 10.2912" N, 88° 40' 53.9076" W
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The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre coordinates the Caribbean region’s response to climate change. Officially opened in August 2005, the Centre is the key node for information on climate change issues and on the region’s response to managing and adapting to climate change in the Caribbean.

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United States
45° 40' 37.5276" N, 111° 2' 6.5148" W
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The Northern Great Plains stretch 450 miles long and 175 miles wide across Canada and the United States. Identified as one of the World Wildlife Fund’s most biologically significant places on Earth, the area was the subject of a 2004 ecoregional assessment (Ocean of Grass: A Conservation Assessment for the Northern Great Plains).

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Acclimate Project

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This document, Preparing for a Changing Climate: Washington State’s Integrated Climate Change Response Strategy, lays out a framework to protect our communities, natural resources, and economy from the impacts of climate change and build our capacity to adapt to expected climate changes. It describes how existing and new state policies and programs can better prepare Washington to respond to the impacts of climate change.

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