Part of the Social-Ecological Resilience and Changing Landscapes series.
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Presented by Marcie Bidwell (Mountain Studies Institute) and Betsy Neely (The Nature Conservancy) More description to follow
Please join us next week for the fifth webinar in The Social-Ecological Resilience and Changing Landscapes Webinar Series. This series explores activities and tools that facilitate effective adaptation and build social-ecological resilience in the context of changing landscapes. For additional information, visit the series website or contact Laurie Yung at the University of Montana W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation. The full webinar series schedule is also attached.
Next week’s webinar (Wednesday, March 22nd, Noon-1:00 PM(MST)) will focus on Engaging Stakeholders in Developing Adaptation Strategies. Adapting to a changing world is a complex social-ecological problem that no single organization, agency or individual can solve in isolation. This webinar will focus on techniques for engaging stakeholders in adaptation planning. Drawing on work in Southwest Colorado, the webinar will describe processes that bring scientists, land managers, and stakeholders together to identify strategies to reduce the negative impacts of climate change. This webinar will be presented by Marcie Bidwell (Mountain Studies Institute) and Betsy Neely (The Nature Conservancy).
This webinar series is sponsored by the U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, North Central Climate Science Center, University of Montana W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation, United States Geological Survey, The Nature Conservancy, Mountain Studies Institute, Colorado Natural Heritage Program, Western Water Assessment, University of Colorado, and NOAA.