Getting Started
This site is intended to offer basic to intermediate-level guidance about climate change and conservation responses to the U.S. conservation community. Not sure where to get started? Read the introduction to getting startedtake a self-assessment, or search key terms.
Want to learn more about how land trusts are responding to climate change? Visit us at Rally! Learn more about climate-focused topics here.  
Building Resilience
Resilience describes the ability of a system to bounce back after change. In the conservation community this term is being used to describe healthy ecosystems, robust economies, and vibrant communities. Learn more.
Youth Education
Connecting people with the natural environment fosters a stewardship ethic that sustains vibrant communities. Incorporating facts about climate change into youth education can help bring the conservationists of tomorrow up to speed about the challenges we are facing today so they too can be part of working towards a solution. Learn more.
Featured Case Study: Scenic Hudson
Featured Case Study: In New York, Scenic Hudson is strategically conserving land along the Hudson River to buffer against future sea level rise impacts. View the 2016 Report or Read the Case Study »

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About Conservation in a Changing Climate

This website is designed to support on-the-ground conservation efforts of land trusts in the United States. The resources and learning categories are intended to provide basic to intermediate information and to lead to additional resources and tools that can support more advanced levels of understanding about climate change and its implications for the conservation community. Together we can address these management challenges to save the places people love.