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Resources & Initiatives: Northeast and Great Lakes

Northeast

- Landscapes: Improving Conservation Practices in the Northeast Megaregion, 2012

- NOAA

- New England Governors/Eastern Canadian Premiers Climate Change Action Plan, 2001

- Northeast Climate Impacts Assessment, Confronting Climate Change in the U.S. Northeast: Science, Impacts, and Solutions, 2007

- Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) (CO2 budget trading program of Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Maryland and Vermont)

- Union of Concerned Scientists, Confronting Climate Change in the Northeast, 2007

- US EPA, Northeast Impacts and Adaptation

- US FWS, Northeast Region Coastal Programs

- US Global Change Research Program, Regional Climate Change Impacts, Northeast

 

Great Lakes

- EcoAdapt, The State of Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region

- Great Lakes Information Network, Coastal Management in the Great Lakes Region

- Midwest Greenhouse Gas Reduction Accord, (CO2 cap and trade rule finalized in 2010, but informally suspended)

- NOAA

- The Nature Conservancy, Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region: Adapting Conservation Efforts for a Sustainable Future

- Union of Concerned Scientists, Confronting Climate Change in the U.S. Midwest, 2009

- US EPA, Midwest Impacts and Adaptation

- US FWS, Great Lakes Restoration Initiative

- US Global Change Research Program, Regional Climate Change Impacts, Midwest

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