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Climate Adaptation Workshop for O‘ahu

April 24-25 • Honolulu, HI
The goal of this workshop is to gather O'ahu's land managers and conservation practitioners to discuss options for managing natural and cultural resources in the face of climate change. This two-day workshop will include: (1) a review of the vulnerability assessment; (2) review of climate adaptation planning examples and process; (3) evaluation and revision of current management goals and actions given vulnerabilities of the habitats and ecosystem services assessed; (4) generation of new climate-informed management actions designed to reduce vulnerabilities or increase resilience of resources; and (5) identification of adaptation options for island-wide conservation activities.
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Related Resources
Stein, B.A., P. Glick, N. Edelson, and A. Staudt (eds). 2014. Climate-Smart Conservation: Putting Adaptation Principles into Practice. National Wildlife Federation, Washington, D.C.
Heller, N.E. and E.S. Zavaleta. 2009. Biodiversity management in the face of climate change: A review of 22 years of recommendations. Biological Conservation 142: 14-32.
Millar, C.I., Stephenson, N.L., and S.L. Stephens. Re-Framing Forest and Resource Management Strategies for a Climate Change Context. 2008. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.