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Lee County, Florida Climate Change Resiliency Strategy (CCRS)

October 6, 2010

Building on the Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for Lee County, Florida the CCRS includes a process for identifying potential climate change resiliency strategies through coordination and consultation with local government leadership in 39 Lee County departments and divisions. Identification of resiliency strategies that could be utilized by Lee County to reduce the negative effects of climate change help in positioning the County to take advantage of potential climate prosperity opportunities.

Related Organizations: Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council

Authors or Affiliated Users: James W. Beever III, Jason Utley, David Hutchinson, Tim Walker, Dan Cobb

Resource Category: Planning

 

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A Summary of the Alaskan Marine Arctic Conservation Action Plan

April 2010

The Alaska chapter of The Nature Conservancy (TNC) has developed a Conservation Action Plan (CAP) using TNC's CAP methodology.   The plan covers coastal, nearshore, and marine environments of the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas - including pelagic and benthic habitats, the continental shelf and ocean basins, lagoons and marshes, islands, and the shoreline - within the Exclusive Economic Zone of Alaska. Climate change and its effects are identified as the primary threats to natural resources of ecological and cultural importance in the region.

Related Organizations: The Nature Conservancy (TNC)

Resource Category: Planning

 

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Alaska's Climate Change Strategy: Addressing Impacts in Alaska

January 2010

The Adaptation Advisory Group (AAG) to the Alaska Climate Change Sub-Cabinet created this adaptation response plan as part of Alaska's overall climate change strategy, which also addresses mitigation and research needs, and includes a special Immediate Action Workgroup report.  For more information, "Alaska's IAWG 2008 and 2009 Final Report(s): Recommendations Report to the Governor's Sub-Cabinet on Climate Change" are reviewed in this clearinghouse as well. 

Related Organizations: Scenarios Network for Alaska Planning (SNAP), Adaptation Advisory Group of the Governor's Sub-Cabinet on Climate Change

Resource Category: Planning

 

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Understanding the Impacts of Climate Change on Fish and Wildlife in North Carolina

2010

Prepared by the Defenders of Wildlife for the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) and the NC Wildlife Action Plan Workshop Steering Committee, this report provides a thorough overview of climate change impacts and recommended planning approaches for fish and wildlife in North Carolina.  

Related Organizations: Defenders of Wildlife, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC)

Authors or Affiliated Users: A. DeWan, N. Dubois, K. Theoharides, J. Boshoven.

Resource Category: Planning

 

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Action Plan to Respond to Climate Change in Kentucky: A Strategy of Resilience (KY Wildlife Action Plan)

2010

This climate change chapter of Kentucky's Wildlife Action Plan is meant to be a stand-alone first step towards planning for and mitigating against negative impacts of climate change on the state's wildlife species and habitats.

Related Organizations: Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources

Resource Category: Planning

 

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5-Year Action Plan for Implementing the Strategic Plan for Responding to Accelerating Climate Change in the 21st Century (U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

September 21, 2009

To address the impacts of climate change, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service developed a strategic plan, "Rising to the Urgent Challenges of a Changing Climate," (see separate entry) which establishes a basic framework from which the Service and their employees can work with the larger conservation community to help ensure the sustainability of fish, wildlife and their habitats.

Related Organizations: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)

Resource Category: Planning

 

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Responding to Climate Change: Working Together to Conserve Land, Wildlife and Habitat

September 2009

On November 15, 2008, 10 organizations consisting of non-profits and Massachusetts state agencies sponsored a conference at Bentley College in Waltham, Massachusetts. The conference, "Responding to Climate Change: Working Together to Conserve Land, Wildlife and Habitat," was the first of its kind in the Commonwealth and in the nation. The conference brought together nearly 200 conservation leaders from across 60 organizations, including scientists, land stewards, hunters, anglers, government officials, advocates, foundation officers, and policy-makers.

Related Organizations: Climate Change and Wildlife Alliance - Massachusetts, Manomet Center For Conservation Sciences

Resource Category: Planning

 

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Virginia Strategy for Safeguarding Species of Greatest Conservation Need from the Effects of Climate Change

November 2009

From the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, Virginia Conservation Network, and the National Wildlife Federation, this report is to be appended to Virginia's Wildlife Action Plan. It forms the basis for wildlife inventory and conservation planning; supplementing the state wildlife action plan which did not address climate change.

Related Organizations: Virginia Conservation Network, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, National Wildlife Federation

Resource Category: Planning

 

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Voluntary Guidance for States to Incorporate Climate Change into State Wildlife Action Plans & Other Management Plans

November 2009

This document provides voluntary guidance that can be used by state fish and wildlife agencies to better incorporate current and expected impacts of climate change into Wildlife Action Plans. The report presents steps for developing a wildlife adaptation strategy, the process for revising state Wildlife Action Plans, and tools to support the planning and implementation process, including vulnerability assessments and monitoring. Relevant case studies are included in each chapter.

Related Organizations: Teaming with Wildlife, Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (AFWA)

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Rocky Mountain Research Station 2009 Climate Change Research Strategy

2009

Rocky Mountain Research Station (RMRS) scientists are studying climate as it influences plants, animals, ecosystems, disturbance patterns, and social and economic systems. This research supports land management and planning needs for addressing climate change. The purpose of this document is to provide RMRS employees, partners, and clients with a sense of the Station’s niche, capabilities, and role in climate change research and science delivery.

Related Organizations: USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station

Resource Category: Planning

 

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