The Task Force on Adaptation to Climate Change was established in the spring of 2009 by the Pacific Council on International Policy (Pacific Council) to address the prospect of climate change for California. The goal is to develop a path forward in view of the growing knowledge of climate science and in appreciation of the anticipated changes we are already seeing evidence of.
The Environmental Code Committee of the City of Baguio, Philippines, is in the process of drafting an environmental code for the growing city. With the increasing threat of climate change, it is crucial for the city to develop environmental regulations to preserve the heritage and ecosystems of the area. The city of Baguio has been named the "summer capital" of the Philippines due to its cool weather in the summer months; thanks to climate change, temperatures are increasing and Baguio may no longer remain an escape for those from hotter cities in the Philippines.
The library holds approximately 22,000 volumes; collectively 3500 technical reports from the Waterways Experiment Station, CRREL, CERLCERC, IWR, EPA, etc.; 90+ periodicals; and 224 videos and cassettes.
Engineering Map Files contain civil and military project drawings for the District. There are approximately 25 cabinets of these drawings, some of which are originals and date back to the 1700s.
The library also has topographic maps for Virginia, nautical charts, wetland inventory maps, and county and state highway maps.
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.
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.