NEW REPORT: Giant Panda: WWF Wildlife and Climate Change Series

NEW REPORT: Giant Panda: WWF Wildlife and Climate Change Series

Giant pandas have a small population size, long generation time, low reproductive rate, and feed almost exclusively on bamboo, all of which make them less able to adapt to a changing climate. Explore these and other traits which make giant pandas vulnerable to climate change, as well as recommended climate-adaptive management strategies.

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The Sea Level Rise Solution that is as Charismatic as Mud

The Sea Level Rise Solution that is as Charismatic as Mud

This past fall, when soon-to-be President Trump used “drain the swamp”  as an anti-corruption rallying cry, some biologists and wetlands advocates pointed out that swamps are actually quite useful. Also called wetlands, swamps can be a critical part of natural infrastructure to protect the shoreline from storm surge and sea level rise.

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Webinar: Learning to Live with Climate Change, What Educators Need to Know

Webinar: Learning to Live with Climate Change, What Educators Need to Know

Shaun Martin, the Senior Director for Climate Change Adaptation at World Wildlife Fund (WWF), kicked off the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) monthly webinar series in January 2017. 

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Can ecosystem-based adaptation help deliver the promise of Paris?

Can ecosystem-based adaptation help deliver the promise of Paris?

Ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) is gaining traction as a way to help manage the threats of climate change. But for the policy community to realise EbA's real potential as a viable response for climate vulnerable communities, we need to plug knowledge gaps on how it works, when and why.

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