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Evaluating Knowledge to Support Climate Action

2019 Maine Sustainability & Water Conference
March 28, 2019 at the Augusta Civic Center
FCCI Session: Current State of Forest Climate Change Conditions and Research/Panel and Group Discussion

 

Cover of the WHO provisional statement on the state of the global climate in 2018 WMO Provisional Statement on the State of the Global Climate in 2018

 

 

cover shot of the state of food secruity and nutrition in the world document The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2018

FAO Agricultural Development Economics Division

This report launches an urgent appeal to accelerate and scale up actions to strengthen
resilience and adaptive capacity in the face of changing climate variability and increasing
extremes.

 

 

cover of the 2018 Lancet Countodwn on Health and Climate Change Brief2018 Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change Brief for the United States of America

American Public Health Association

This Brief focuses on connections between climate change and health in the United States (U.S.) in 2017. It draws out some of the most nationally-relevant findings of the global 2018 Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change report with U.S.-specific data to highlight the key threats and opportunities climate change poses for the health of Americans.

New EnglaCover of New England and Northern New York Forest Ecosystem Vulnerability reportnd and Northern New York Forest Ecosystem Vulnerability Assessment and Synthesis: A Report from the New England Climate Change Response Framework Project

Maria Janowiak et al.

This assessment is a fundamental component of the New England Climate Change Response framework project. The Framework is a collaborative, cross­ boundary approach among scientists, managers, and landowners to incorporate climate change considerations into natural resource management. Six Framework projects are currently underway, covering about 250 million acres in the U.S. Midwest and Northeast: Northwoods,  Central Appalachians,  Central Hardwoods, Mid-Atlantic, New England, and Urban. Each regional project interweaves four components: science and management partnerships, vulnerability  assessments, adaptation resources, and demonstration projects.