Forest change: Fo4-118/2015-PDF
the adaptation program of Natural Resources Canada's Canadian Forest Service = Changements forestiers : le programme d'adaptation du Service canadien des forêts de Ressources naturelles Canada /
"Under the adaptation theme of the Government of Canada’s Clean Air Agenda, the Canadian Forest Service (CFS) receives $1 million a year for five years (2011–2016) to support adaptation to climate change in Canada’s forest sector by helping maximize opportunities and minimize risks associated with climate change. Forest Change has three main deliverables: a tracking system that uses a cohesive set of relevant indicators to document past trends and provide projections of forest change across Canada; an adaptation toolkit to provide actionable scientific information for the forest sector including maps, decision support systems, syntheses of information, and adaptation options; and; an integrated assessment of the implications of climate change for Canada’s forests and forest sector under a range of future climate scenarios."
|Department/Agency||Natural Resources Canada.|
|Subtitle||the adaptation program of Natural Resources Canada's Canadian Forest Service = Changements forestiers : le programme d'adaptation du Service canadien des forêts de Ressources naturelles Canada /|
|Language||Bilingual-[English | French]|
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