Stacy Vynne is affiliated with the following resources in the Adaptation Clearinghouse.
This report describes the findings of a survey of Oregon public health workers regarding their current knowledge of, level of preparation for, and the resources and training they believe are needed to respond to the health risks associated with climate change. The report describes the present and future public health consequences of climate change, provides an analysis of surveys given to county public health departments in Oregon, and makes recommendations to improve the understanding and preparedness of public health workers for addressing the public health impacts of climate change.
Related Organizations: Oregon Coalition of Local Health Officials, Climate Leadership Initiative
Authors or Affiliated Users: Stacy Vynne, Bob Doppelt
Resource Category: Education and Outreach
Preparing for Climate Change in the Upper Willamette River Basin of Western Oregon: Co-Beneficial Planning for Communities and Ecosystems
In the fall of 2008, the Climate Leadership Initiative (CLI) and the National Center for Conservation Science & Policy (NCCSP) (now the GEOS Institute), in partnership with the Mapped Atmosphere-Plant-Soil-System (MAPSS) Team at the U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, initiated a project to assess the likely consequences of climate change for the Upper Willamette River Basin.
Resource Category: Assessments