Join the Department of the Interior’s Office of Policy Analysis on December 9, 2013 for their monthly speaker series, which will feature a discussion on the “National Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for Fish, Wildlife, and Plants.”
The National Climate Change Policy Advisor for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will describe how this new strategy is being implemented by federal, state, and tribal governments to reduce negative impacts from a changing climate on natural resources, economies, and communities that depend on plants, animals, and ecosystems. He will discuss the role for the Department of the Interior as well as its partners and will engage the audience in discussing what is needed to overcome challenges.
The presentation will be held in the Rachel Carson Room, located in the Basement Cafeteria of the Main Interior Building (1849 C St. NW, Washington, DC). Livestream is available at http://www.doi.gov/news/video/events.cfm. A login is required to ask questions. Please click “join” or “login to chat” and follow instructions. Closed captioning will be available, and the event will be recorded and posted to the Office of Policy Analysis’ website. For more information, visit http://www.doi.gov/ppa/Seminar_Series.cfm.