Land Protection in a Changing Climate
Instructors: Mark Anderson, Kelly Watkinson
Our climate is changing, and nature is in flux. Plants and animals must relocate to survive. How do we ensure that the North American landscape will continue to support its iconic wildlife and vast botanical diversity? That nature will continue to provide the wealth of materials, food, medicines and clean water we depend on?
Join Dr. Mark Anderson, TNC’s Eastern US Director of Conservation Science, for an exclusive early look at the Resilient and Connected Network Study and how it can help land trusts prioritize their work and help preserve biodiversity. The tool, which maps climate-resilient sites, confirms biodiversity locations and species movement areas across North America, will help your land trust prioritize a conservation portfolio that represents all habitats while allowing nature to adapt and change.
How will you benefit from this webinar?
- Identify high-value land that will promote habitat conservation on a warming planet
- Understand and apply the characteristics and data of climate resilient sites and corridors for biodiversity In your land protection work
- Communicate a positive message of climate resilience to your land trust stakeholders and broader community
Access to this recording will expire on December 31, 2021, and is subject to availability of the AdobeConnect service.