Description: Wildlife managers face the growing challenge of helping wildlife populations and ecosystems respond to climate change. This active, hands-on workshop helped participants consider climate change and develop custom-built adaptation actions into their own real-world projects.
Cost: Free! (Includes lunch and refreshments)
Registration: The registration deadline for this workshop was May 16, 2019.
Questions: Contact Stephen Handler (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
This workshop was hosted by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Staff from the USGS Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center and NIACS organized and led the workshop.
CLIMATE CHANGE RESOURCES
Here are some excellent resources if you'd like to do a deeper dive on climate change trends for Nebraska and the surrounding region:
- NOAA State Climate Summary for Nebraska
- University of Nebraska-Lincoln report on Climate Change Implications for Nebraska
- National Climate Assessment 2018 - Northern Great Plains Chapter
FISH AND WILDLIFE
- Nebraska State Wildlife Action Plan
- Climate Change Resource Center: Aquatic Resources page
- Fisheries special issue on Climate Change and Inland Fisheries
- Climate Change Resource Center: Grasslands page
- Yale Program on Climate Change Communication (Six Americas)
- 12 Tools for Communicating Climate Change More Effectively
- National Park Service Climate Change Communication Guide