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A changing climate may create conditions such as more precipitation or drought that help invasive plants spread and outcompete native plants. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is enlisting volunteers in the campaign against invasives.
With changes in precipitation, drought, pollution, and increased severe weather, global change is altering vital wetland habitats, and threatening the survival of rare plants that depend on them.
Vacant to Vibrant Program for Green Infrastructure and Urban Revitalization
Scientists conduct cutting-edge research on genetics and climate change across various elevation gradients in northern Arizona.
A webinar-based course on environmental education
Earth to Sky is led by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), National Park Service (NPS), U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS), and NOAA.
ecoAmerica uses Psychographic, Social Science, Communications, and Sector Research to address Americans’ core concerns and how they relate to climate and sustainability in order to find effective means of engaging with people.
The Yale Project on Climate Change Communication conducts research on how the public understands, perceives and acts on information about climate change.
Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) published a report in 2008; 'Plants and climate change: which future?' which details how plants and climate change are intimately connected, and explains why it is crucially important for us to act
New England Wild Flower Society has released the "State of the Plants" Report, the most comprehensive assessment of New England plant communities ever assembled.