PUBLICATIONS AND USEFUL LINKS
Scientific Assessment of Climate Change and Its Effects in Maine. A Report by the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee of the Maine Climate Council. Ivan Fernandez and Robert Marvinney, Editors and Co-Chairs. August 2020.
Daigneault, Simons-Legaard, Birthisel, Carroll, Fernandez, & Weiskittel, Maine Forestry and Agriculture Natural Climate Solutions Mitigation Potential (Interim Report, August).
Favero, Daigneault, & Sohngen: Forests: Carbon Sequestration, Biomass Energy, or Both? Findings on the consequences of bioenergy policies on forests and carbon emissions published in the journal “Science Advances” (March)
Carbon Budget Fact Sheet (v. 1) (March)
Maine’s Climate Future: 2020 Update (February)
NIACS, FCCI, FSG handout Keeping Your Woods Healthy Through the Years Ahead: Maine Woodland Owner Handout (Jan)
NIACS Forest Adaptation webinar series (Jan 16, Mar3, Mar 19, Apr 16, May 21, June 25) (Recordings of past webinars also available via the link)
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
The Climate Change & Forestry Handbook was created by the Climate Smart Land Network for professional foresters or landowners interested in a basic understanding of the science, forest impacts, and management implications of climate change. It provides an overview of the most important aspects of this broad and complex topic, while helping index into more detailed resources for those that want or need more information. The Handbook consists of three separate parts:
- Part 1: A Changing Climate
- Part 2: Forest Response to Climate Change
- Part 3: Managing Forests in a Changing Climate
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
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 England 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.