Conserving Urban Wildlife in the Face of Climate Change

Daniel Feinberg and Mark Hostetler
Created: 12/22/2015 -

Abstract

This article describes the connections between climate change, wildlife, and human neighborhoods and presents several ways for residents to live more sustainably. The article addresses three interrelated topics: (1) how residential neighborhoods contribute to climate change through CO2 emissions, (2) how climate change affects plants and animals that live in and around urbanized areas, and (3) what residents can do to help conserve these plants and animals both by managing urban areas and by reducing household carbon emissions.

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Keywords

Adaptation Phase
Awareness
Type of Adaptation Action/Strategy
Natural Resource Management / Conservation
Target Climate Changes and Impacts
Biodiversity
Sociopolitical Setting
Urban