Browsing Climate Leadership Initiative Publications by Subject "Climatic changes"


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  • Potasnik, Rebeca; Almquist, Bill; Bodane, Kate; Johnson, Bethany; White, Linda; Bowles, Greg (Community Planning Workshop, Community Service Center, University of Oregon, 2005-05)
    In winter 2005, Resource Innovations initiated a project designed to identify the most effective means to communicate with local populations about climate change. The project is intended to identify speakers and messages that ...
  • Climate Leadership Initiative; Bartleson, Becca; Doppelt, Bob (Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2007-11-30)
    In summer of 2007 the Climate Leadership Initiative (CLI) at the University of Oregon surveyed municipal water providers serving populations of over 4,500 people located within snow-transient basins in Oregon about their ...
  • Climate Leadership Initiative; Pike, Cara; Doppelt, Bob; Herr, Meredith (2010)
    Addressing global warming calls for changes in beliefs, assumptions and thinking about the environment, economy and our well-being. If you close your eyes and think about global warming, it is hard to picture. We can’t see ...
  • Climate Leadership Initiative (2009)
    Global warming is the most pressing issue facing the world today. The latest report from the largest group of scientists ever to study an issue, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), states that ...
  • Climate Leadership Initiative; Bauman, Yoram (Resource Innovations, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2007-05)
    This report offers a preliminary assessment of the economic effects of global climate change on Oregon’s forest resources during the first half of the twenty-first century.
  • Climate Leadership Initiative; Oregon Coalition of Local Health Officials (2010-05)
    Climate change poses a significant and emerging threat to public health.1 Drought, heat waves, flooding, and disease are all exacerbated by climate change. Across the globe, hundreds of thousands of deaths annually have ...
  • Climate Leadership Initiative (Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2006)
  • Climate Leadership Initiative (2009-01)
    A good deal of misinformation has appeared in recent months challenging the reality, causes and trajectory of human-induced climate change. This document provides scientifically credible responses to some of the most ...

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