This document provides recommendations for the country to address the threats climate change poses to wildlife and natural resources. The strategy, which was developed by federal, state and tribal leaders and is meant to be implemented over the next five years, highlights the observed impacts that increased atmospheric CO2 and a changing climate have had on the environment, including ocean acidification, changes in phenology, the spread of invasive species and the shifting of the geographic range of native species.
National Fish, Wildlife and Plants Climate Adaptation Strategy
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