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Predictions for the Future

In order to ensure we protect natural and cultural resources in the future, we must begin planning for climate change impacts today. Some changes are already occurring. Other climate change impacts are expected in the coming decades. For example, heat waves in the United States are expected to become stronger and more frequent in the coming decades, threatening natural ecosystems and human quality of life.

The following resources may help guide management and acquisition decisions, by providing information about predictions for climate change impacts in the future:

Learn about current climate change impacts that may already be affecting the conservation values of your protected land.

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