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Wildlife may benefit from plans to rebuild aging or storm-damaged culverts in areas where extreme weather events are taking a toll.
March 14, 2013 - Meeting of stream science project investigators of the North Atlantic and Appalachian LCCs and the Northeast Climate Science Center
The U.S. Department of the Interior Climate Science Centers (CSCs) are seeking proposals for FY 2013 and/or FY 2014 (as appropriate).
UCS is hosting a series of webinars with presentations from National Climate Assesment authors to share key findings from the draft report and answer questions. Use the links provided to sign up!
The Northeast Climate Website database website contains over 250 Needs; 300+ Data, Products, and Services; 50+ Projects; almost 200 Bibliographic references; and a Partners and Programs page and a User’s Guide. It was developed and sponsored by NOAA, National Wildlife Federation, EPA and the North Atlantic LCC
The Wildlife Conservation Society is pleased to announce the third round of grantmaking through the Climate Adaptation Fund - a program supporting projects that demonstrate effective interventions for wildlife adaptation to climate change.
The LCC's first ever annual report outlines the partnership’s accomplishments over the past three years, including: a break down on spending, steering and technical committee membership, research progress, communications efforts and future direction.
A foundational project of the North Atlantic LCC is known as Designing Sustainable Landscapes. The purpose of these workshops is to familiarize partners with the science and tools that have been developed as a part of this project for several sub-watersheds and to get feedback on how tools can be designed to best help with relevant conservation decisions including land protection, land use, ecological restoration and land management.
The Steering Committee meeting has been postponed until further notice, due to Hurricane Sandy. Please check back here for more information.
USFWS Climate Change Update - October 2012