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2008 Colorado Conservation Summit: Colorado Wildlife at a Crossroads
Release Year: 2008
Primary Author: Colorado Wildlife Heritage Foundation

Colorado’s wildlife is a public trust – a defining resource that is key to our Western heritage, traditions and place within the Western landscape. Wildlife-based recreation is a multi-billion dollar industry with the potential to grow in importance as resources in other...
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2050 Municipal and Industrial Gap Analysis (Draft)
Release Year: 2010
Primary Author: CDM

The purpose of this technical memorandum is to update the Statewide Water Supply Initiative (SWSI) Projected 2030 Municipal and Industrial (M&I) and self-supplied industrial (SSI) "gap" analysis to 2050. Having an understanding of what the M&I gap is will help the...
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Water   Energy  

A Resilient West ‐ Climate Adaptation Strategies
Release Year: 2009
Primary Author: David Hayes

PowerPoint given by David J. Hayes, Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior on December 18, 2009 to the Western Governor's Association.

Summary of DOI research, activities, and goals.

"The realities of climate change require us to change how we...
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A Survey of Climate Change Adaptation Planning
Release Year: 2007
Primary Author: Heinz Center for Science, Economics, and the Environment

In the past few years there has been a remarkable increase in the level of awareness of climate change worldwide. Concerns about causes and effects have moved beyond the realm of scientific debate to the offices of legislators and the conference rooms of city planners, and...
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Adaptation Advisory Group Draft Final Report
Release Year: 2010
Primary Author: State of Alaska

The Sub-Cabinet formed the Adaptation Advisory Group to focus on areas such as how to address present and future impacts on infrastructure, human health, and ecosystems.


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Adaptation to Climate Change : International Policy options
Release Year: 2006
Primary Author: Pew Center on Global Climate Change

It is at the same time essential to begin considering how future international efforts can best be structured. This paper examines underlying issues and lays out an array of possibilities. To set the issue in context, it looks first at the history and evolving nature of human...
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Adaptation to Climate Change in Public Lands Management
Release Year: 2010
Primary Author: Joel Smith

As defined by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, adaptation includes a set of actions to moderate harm or exploit beneficial opportunities in response to climate change. To date, little research has addressed public policy options to frame the nation’s approach...
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Adapting to Climate Change : A Business Approach
Release Year: 2008
Primary Author: Pew Center on Global Climate Change

Section I of this paper offers context on the broader risks and opportunities presented by climate change. Sections II and III summarize the case for business action to adapt to the physical effects of climate change, and the pathways by which climate can affect business....
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Adapting to Climate Change : A Call for Federal Leadership
Release Year: 2010
Primary Author: Pew Center on Global Climate Change

This report highlights the important role of the federal government in reducing the vulnerability and strengthening the resiliency of our economy and natural resources in the face of these changes. In addition to managing a significant amount of land and infrastructure that...
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Adapting to the Impacts of Climate Change
Release Year: 2010
Primary Author: National Research Council (NRC)

Much of the nation's experience to date in managing and protecting its people, resources, and infrastructure is based on the historic record of climate variability during a period of relatively stable climate. This report from the America's Climate Choices suite of studies...
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Addressing the Impacts of Climate Change of America's Water, Land, and Other Resources
Release Year: 2009
Primary Author: United States Department of the Interior (DOI)

Secretary of the Interior Order No. 3289. issued on March 11, 2009, made production and transmission of renewable energy on public lands a priority for the Department.


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Agenda for Climate Action
Release Year: 2006
Primary Author: Pew Center on Global Climate Change

This Agenda is the Pew Center’s attempt to develop and articulate a responsible course of action for addressing climate change. It identifies fifteen actions that should be started now, including U.S. domestic reductions and engagement in the international negotiation...
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An Adaptation Plan for California’s Forest Sector and Rangelands
Release Year: 2008
Primary Author: State of California

While mitigation measures for the forest sector have been proposed to reduce and offset GHG emissions, adaptation strategies will be needed to cope with impacts that are unavoidable. This report reviews many of the observed and forecasted impacts to California forests and...
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An architecture for government action on adaptation to climate change. An editorial comment
Release Year: 2009
Primary Author: Joel Smith

An architecture of government adaptation programs is presented. Components include leadership, institutional organization, stakeholder involvement, climate change information, appropriate use of decision analysis techniques, explicit consideration of barriers to adaptation,...
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Water   Agriculture   Energy  

An Integrated Assessment of the Effects of Climate Change on Rocky Mountain National Park
Release Year: 2004
Primary Author: Colorado State University (CSU)

The main objective of this project was to understand how climate influences human and natural systems in the Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) and its gateway community, Estes Park, CO. To do so, we addressed the following specific objectives: (1) assess the potential ...
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Analysis of Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Wildlife Habitats in the U.S.
Release Year: 2008
Primary Author: Linda Joyce

Resource managers face many challenges in developing management recommendations for wildlife habitat under a changing climate. Our research results offer states a more consistent and holistic approach to analyzing potential threats of climate change to terrestrial wildlife...
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Analysis of the Coldwater Fisheries Values in the San Juan and Dolores Basins of Southwest Colorado
Release Year: 2009
Primary Author: Trout Unlimited (TU)

The wild and native trout populations in the San Juan and Dolores Basins of southwest Colorado have a high conservation value to Trout Unlimited. Colorado River cutthroat trout are the native trout in these basins while rainbow, brown and brook trout are popular sport...
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Arizona Climate Change Action Plan
Release Year: 2006
Primary Author: State of Arizona

On February 2, 2005, Governor Janet Napolitano signed Executive Order 2005-02 establishing the Climate Change Advisory Group (CCAG). Appointed by the Governor, the 35-member CCAG comprised a diverse group of stakeholders who brought broad perspective and expertise to the...
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Arizona Drought Preparedness Plan
Release Year: 2004
Primary Author: State of Arizona

The Operational Drought Plan, contained herein, is the key component for responding to the current and future drought conditions in Arizona. The Operational Drought Plan recognizes that drought events are natural disasters that touch all sectors of community, region, and...
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Water  

Beyond Seasons’ End
Release Year: 2009
Primary Author: Wildlife Management Institute (WMI)

Since publishing Seasons’ End: Global Warming’s Threat to Hunting and Fishing, the urgency to address the effects of climate change on fish and wildlife has become increasingly evident. Already waterfowl exhibit changes in seasonal distribution. Higher water temperatures...
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