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Climate Change


Climate change is considered by most of the scientific community to be an exisiting condition that threatens the economic and health environment of the entire planet.

"Climate Change is already happening. More heat waves, greater sea level rise, and

other changes with consequences for human health, natural ecosystems, and agriculture are

already occurring in the United States and worldwide. These problems are very likely to

become worse over the next 10-20 years and beyond."

a quote from the following report by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
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        Beyond Season’s End in Colorado: Climate Change, the Effects on Wildlife and Fisheries by Bill Geer, Climate Change Project Manager, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership.

        Beyond Season’s End in Colorado was hosted as part of the Colorado Field Institute’s lecture series the evening of Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012 at Adams State University, Alamosa, Colorado. The presentation and discussion addressed the physical evidence of climate change in Colorado, its effects on fish and wildlife, and measures being taken to ameliorate adverse effects.

        Bill Geer has a M.S. from Montana State University with 39 years as a professional fish and wildlife conservationist. He was former Chief of Fisheries and Director of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. He has held positions with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Nature Conservancy, and Outdoor Writers Association of America. He is special wildlife adviser to both Senator Jon Tester from Montana and to the Wildlife Conservation Society.
Click here to go to the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership