The Climate Change Response Framework is a collaborative, cross-boundary approach among scientists, managers, and landowners to incorporate climate change considerations into natural resource management. It provides an integrated set of tools, partnerships, and actions to support climate-informed conservation and forest management. Framework projects encompass 19 states, including 14 National Forests and millions of acres of forestland. Each regional project interweaves four components: science and management partnerships, vulnerability assessments, adaptation resources, and demonstration projects. Components interact to build a flexible, scalable, and effective Framework to adapt forested ecosystems to climate change.
Land management goals and objectives
Vulnerability assessments, adaptation plans
Restrictions and Limitations:
This effort focuses on forests, woodlands, natural systems and ecosystems.
Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science