Landscape Conservation Design: Conserving Sustainable Landscapes to Maintain Ecosystem Functions and Services for People and Wildlife - D: Transcending International Boundaries & A Review and Synthesis of Approaches Taken by LCCs in the East

Friday, October 24, 2014: 10:20 AM-11:50 AM
Meridian C (Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center)
Several Landscape Conservation Cooperatives are engaging in international landscape conservation design. This session will explore some of the unique opportunities and challenges of trans-boundary collaboration, including examples from U.S./Canada and U.S./Mexico border regions. The session also includes a review and synthesis of approaches taken by Landscape Conservation Cooperatives in the eastern United States, which will lead into the next and final session of the Landscape Conservation Design track.
James Broska
Session Chair:
Aimee Roberson
10:40 AM
Climate-Smart Landscape Conservation Design
Aimee Roberson, Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative
11:00 AM
Designing an ecologically connected landscape in the Northwest Boreal Region of Alaska and Canada
John DeLapp, Northwest Boreal Landscape Conservation Cooperative
11:20 AM
Discussion Panel on International Landscape Conservation Design
James Broska, Great Plains Landscape Conservation Cooperative
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