Sustainable Forestry Initiative To Host WEbinar June 27th 1 PM EASTERN

SFI Conservation and Community Partnership Grant and is part of SFI’s Conservation Impact portfolio, which is measuring and communicating conservation outcomes relative to biodiversity, carbon and climate resiliency, and water across the SFI footprint.


Date: June 27, 2019

Time: 1-2:00 PM ET

Preregistration is not required.


Step 1: Dial-In

U.S. & Canada: 303.248.0285

Access Code: 596-3451

Step 2: Web Login


You are encouraged to attend this seminar if:

  • You are engaged in forest management or conservation-related

Scientists make case for stabilizing forest carbon to help mitigate climate change by Steve Carr, University of New Mexico

by Steve Carr, University of New Mexico


There’s no doubt that climate change is affecting ecosystems as well as the lifestyles of plants and animals around the globe. As temperatures rise, so do the complexity of the issues. Scientists, both in the United States and around the world, are actively pursuing mitigation solutions while providing governments with the understanding of natural hazards to help stem the effects of climate change.


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