Climate & Conservation e-News
Interested in climate change, conservation, and what you can do?
My twice-monthly e-News provides articles, commentary, and research with tips on communication, impact, and what land trusts and conservation groups are doing to slow down climate change.
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Climate Change & Conservation
Snippets • Thoughts • News
The goal of this climate e-News is to provide a variety of articles and observations focusing on the impact of, and solutions to, climate change with a focus on mitigation (slowing down climate change).
Land Trusts Taking Action
Conservation & Climate Change
Land trusts across the country are recognizing that slowing down climate change is part of their commitment to long-term conservation and to their communities. Their approach varies depending on their work, perspective, capacity and mission. This e-News features land trusts in climate action.
A Call to Action
for Land Conservation in America
October 17, 2019 Rally: The National Land Conservation in Raleigh, N.C.
By Andrew J. Bowman, president & CEO of the Land Trust Alliance
Let’s first examine the role that land conservation can play in mitigating climate change, both by preventing the conversion of intact natural lands and through land management practices, such as reforestation and active soil management on working lands.
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