The best way to address climate change is to pay attention to the fish and wildlife.
TRCP’s climate change initiative manager Bill Geer contributed an opinion piece in the March 18 issue of The Seattle Times titled “Address climate change with science, not opinion polls.”
In the piece, Geer maintains that the best way to address climate change is to pay attention to the fish and wildlife that must adapt to or migrate from changing habitat or die.
A federal task force recently took a stand in support of conservation, releasing a report that affirms the importance of developing strategies to help fish and wildlife adapt to the impacts of climate change. Read More
A new report highlights a number of species that are harmed by toxic air pollution and climate change. Read More
TRCP and partners ask lawmakers to do their part to uphold the public’s hunting and angling opportunities by advancing climate adaptation components in Senate legislation. Read More
TRCP staff offered strategies to minimize the adverse effects of climate change on fish and wildlife and their habitats at a House of Representatives hearing. Read More
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