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  • The State of Climate Change Adaptation in Water Resources of the Southeast United States and U.S. Caribbean | National Adaptation Forum
    Exhibitors Opportunities Donations Related Events National Adaptation Forum 2015 National Adaptation Forum 2013 Regional Partners Webinars The State of Climate Change Adaptation in Water Resources of the Southeast United States and U S Caribbean Webinar Date June 22 2016 Register here Learn about climate adaptation activities in the Southeast United States focusing on water resources in 11 states in the Southeast including Alabama Louisiana Georgia Mississippi Tennessee Kentucky South Carolina

    Original URL path: http://www.nationaladaptationforum.org/other-adaptation-events/webinars/state-climate-change-adaptation-southeast-united-states-and-us-0 (2016-05-02)
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  • Privacy Policy and Terms of Use | National Adaptation Forum
    Adaptation Forum 2015 National Adaptation Forum 2013 Regional Partners Webinars Privacy Policy and Terms of Use Nationaladaptationforum org respects the privacy of its users and visitors Nationaladaptationforum org collects and stores only the information provided by you via our online forms including but not limited to your name company name address phone number email address and any comments or questions you may include in your contact with us This information is used by nationaladaptationforum org to provide information and service offerings tailored to your specific needs Your information will be treated confidentially and will never be sold or transferred to any third party Nationaladaptationforum org does not rent sell or share personal information about you with other people or companies except when we have your permission or unless nationaladaptationforum org is acquired by or merged with another company In this event nationaladaptationforum org will notify you before information about you is transferred and becomes subject to a different privacy policy We limit access to personal information about you to employees who we believe reasonably need to come into contact with that information to provide products or services to you or in order to do their jobs Nationaladaptationforum org may update

    Original URL path: http://www.nationaladaptationforum.org/privacy-policy-and-terms-use (2016-05-02)
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  • Contact Us | National Adaptation Forum
    Adaptation Forum 2015 National Adaptation Forum 2013 Regional Partners Webinars Sign up for our mailing list Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Contact Us Please fill out the form below and we will add you to our mailing list If you have a question that you can t find the answer to on the website Have you tried the FAQ If it s not there either please use this form to contact us

    Original URL path: http://www.nationaladaptationforum.org/contact-us (2016-05-02)
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  • Press & Media | National Adaptation Forum
    and more great activities SCB is participating in by checking out their online newsletter Hot off the press check out the United Nations Environment Programme UNEP August 2015 Newsletter pg 4 and learn more about one of the National Adaptation Forum s valued partners and sponsors St Louis Region Doing Little to Prepare for Climate Change Take Away Thoughts from the National Adaptation Forum Extreme weather events mean future will look different U S National Adaptation Forum discusses extreme heat and resiliency Mountain Town News High heat a major topic at National Adaptation Forum How Agriculture s Resilience to Climate Change Benefits Us All How the 2016 Election Could Literally Put South Florida Underwater Nebraskans Have Lessons to Share Cities Urged Not to Ignore Marginalized Communities in Climate Change Plans Experts Cite Dire Warnings at Climate Change Conference in St Louis How Can Low Income Communities Adapt to Climate Change Community Forum Begins Dialogue MEDIA DOCUMENTS NAF 2015 Media Advisory NAF 2015 Media Guide PRESS RELEASES Institute for Sustainable Communities Launches Stand Alone Adaptation Organization at National Adaptation Forum May 13 2015 Thirty Percent of Corporations Say Climate Change Has Impacted Business Materially May 13 2015 ND GAIN Seeking Applications

    Original URL path: http://www.nationaladaptationforum.org/press-and-media (2016-05-02)
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  • The Importance of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Adaptation Planning | National Adaptation Forum
    Center where she is leads a research team that examines landscape ecosystem change and land use history to provide a foundation for evaluating natural hazards for land use planning Her research includes a unique combination of traditional local knowledge and conventional scientific investigations to document current impacts from climate change and drought Margaret is the recipient of the 2013 SAIGE Society of American Indian Government Employees Leadership Award She is a lead author on the IPCC Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change working Group II Fifth Assessment Report chapter on Adaptation Planning and Implementation as well as the Working Group II Technical Summary and coordinating lead author for a chapter in the Southwest Technical Report for the National Climate Assessment on the impacts of climate change to tribes in the southwestern U S AZ NM CA CO NV UT Recent publications include a coauthored paper on climate related health risks to the Crow tribe and drought case study of the Navajo Nation that contributed to the United Nations Global Assessment on Disaster Risk Reduction Preston Hardison Policy analyst Tulalip Natural Resources Preston works on policy issues from the local to international level He has participated in negotiations related to traditional at the Convention on Biological Diversity since 1996 the World Intellectual Property Organization since 2000 and the Intergovernmental Panel on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services since 2012 At Tulalip he works on climate change adaptation with a focus on traditional knowledge and research ethics and protocols He is helping to organize a regional and national tribal phenology network and starting a phenological observation project at Tulalip with linkages to a tribal college network and involving youth elders and community members He has contributed to the formation of a 17 member tribal group that has developed ethical guidelines for the use of traditional

    Original URL path: http://www.nationaladaptationforum.org/other-adaptation-events/webinars/importance-traditional-ecological-knowledge-adaptation-planning (2016-05-02)
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  • Climate Adaptation Evaluation and Monitoring | National Adaptation Forum
    being monitored and evaluated for effectiveness This talk will present examples of adaptation monitoring and evaluation from EcoAdapt s State of Adaptation program and introduce participants to several projects within this discipline Anne Carlson Ph D Climate Associate The Wilderness Society Carnivores water and weeds Improving the success of climate change response strategies through effective monitoring programs As the climate changes managers and conservation practitioners are increasingly asked to develop monitoring programs that will allow them to evaluate the effectiveness of management actions on a wide variety of natural resource values To facilitate learning and discussion about this very challenging need I will share three examples of monitoring programs intended to create real time information feedback loops for managers for both climate and non climate stressors each is designed to facilitate learning about the effectiveness of specific management interventions through time The examples chosen highlight the potential for differences in protocols monitoring schedules effort cost geospatial scale and personnel depending on the natural resource value of focus and include ongoing work to 1 monitor three species of forest carnivores Canada lynx wolverine and fisher as a means of facilitating planning for a suite of long term restoration projects across three different National Forests in Montana 2 assess the impacts of U S Forest Service road systems on aquatic ecosystems as a way of prioritizing restoration projects and evaluating the effectiveness of treatments and 3 detect changes in the distribution and treatment efficacy of noxious weeds by multiple state federal and provincial agencies across the 18 million acre Crown of the Continent Mallory Morgan Climate Fellow San Diego Foundation A Qualitative Analysis of the Climate Change Action Plan for the Florida Reef System 2010 2015 This project seeks to evaluate the success and degree of implementation of the Climate Change Action Plan for the Florida Reef System 2010 2015 This Action Plan identifies interdisciplinary actions to be incorporated into reef management plans in order to address a myriad of climatic and non climatic stressors to the reef system minimize risks to coral reef dependent people and industries and target scientific research priorities for strategic management Presenters Bios Rachel Gregg is a Lead Scientist at EcoAdapt with over a decade of experience in the application of natural and social science and management Rachel created and manages EcoAdapt s State of Adaptation program and serves as the Content Editor for the Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange CAKE www CAKEx org She has served as an expert in different capacities including acting as a reviewer for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Fifth Assessment Report contributing author to the National Climate Assessment and member of the U S Urban Adaptation Assessment Advisory Committee and the Central Puget Sound Regional Open Space Ecosystem Services Committee Her professional and educational experiences have been primariliy focused on managment strategies for natural and human influences including water quality degradation coastal hazards environmental justice and climate change Prior to joining EcoAdapt in 2009 Rachel worled with the University of Washington

    Original URL path: http://www.nationaladaptationforum.org/other-adaptation-events/webinars/climate-adaptation-evaluation-and-monitoring (2016-05-02)
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  • Live from the National Adaptation Forum | National Adaptation Forum
    about innovative solutions and adaptation best practices This webinar will provide you with a recap on the thoughts themes and solutions participants discussed during the National Adaptation Forum on moving beyond adaptation awareness and planning for adaptation action Panel Members Lara Hansen Chair National Adaptation Forum Steering Committee and Chief Scientist and Executive Director EcoAdapt Romona Williams Executive Director Metro St Louis Coalition for Inclusion and Equity M SLICE Michael

    Original URL path: http://www.nationaladaptationforum.org/other-adaptation-events/webinars/live-national-adaptation-forum (2016-05-02)
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  • Ensuring Social Equity in Preparing for Climate Change: Challenges and Solutions | National Adaptation Forum
    Preparing for Climate Change Challenges and Solutions Webinar Date February 12 2015 View Webinar Recording Climate change is impacting communities of color disproportionately To respond to these challenges the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People NAACP Climate Justice Initiative is working to educate communities to adapt to climate change Join Jacqui Patterson Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program to learn about her work on equity indicators and applications Also hear about how these innovative indicators are being applied in the planning of newly formed Eco Districts in Longview TX and Gulfport MS This is the sixth installment of the National Adaptation Webinar Series and is sponsored by EcoAdapt and hosted by CAKE Agenda Speakers 1 00 1 05 PM EST 10 00 10 05 AM PST Welcome and Introductions Lara Hansen Ph D Chief Scientist and Executive Director EcoAdapt 1 05 1 25 PM EST 10 05 10 25 AM PST Social equity indicators and opportunities for leadership in a new green economy Jacqui Patterson Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program 1 25 1 35 PM EST 10 25 10 35 AM PST Longview TX Eco District Vik Verma and Branden Johnson

    Original URL path: http://www.nationaladaptationforum.org/other-adaptation-events/webinars/ensuring-social-equity-preparing-climate-change-challenges-and (2016-05-02)
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