Changing Climate Heats Up Ski Resort Summer Uses in Nevada

Changing Climate Heats Up Ski Resort Summer Uses in Nevada

Heavenly Mountain Resort was the first Lake Tahoe resort to propose activities under a federal bill that allows the Forest Service to review and accept non-ski-related activities. by Nick Exline, AICP, Zephyr Cove, Nevada

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Communicating Climate Change in the Southwest

Communicating Climate Change in the Southwest

More frequent and intense climate events result in increased demand on our emergency response systems, greater financial impacts, and greater public health impacts. The challenge is to effectively communicate the ever-increasing demands these events place on our communities and get individuals, communities, and government to prepare. by Katherine Mortimer, Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Climate Change Resiliency Planning: Tools, methods and techniques to address risk, mitigation and sustainability

Climate Change Resiliency Planning: Tools, methods and techniques to address risk, mitigation and sustainability

This article looks at the methods and tools available to help cities become resilient for the imminent changes ahead. by Gretel Follingstad

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Climate Adaptation Planning: Communities for Resiliency

Climate Adaptation Planning: Communities for Resiliency

Climate adaptation planning provides a solution to the historic lack of integration of environmental (natural resource) stewardship, land use planning, water resource planning and economic development.  by Gretel Follingstad

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