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Date(s) - 06/29/2015
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Eastern


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Virtually everywhere, climate change has – and will continue to – impact fish, wildlife, and plants and the habitats upon which they depend through effects on species’ distribution and abundance, community composition, productivity, timing of life history events, and other biological and ecological characteristics. Some species are even threatened with extinction. Not only are fish, wildlife, and plants inherently worthy of conservation, they provide valuable ecosystem services – including jobs, food, clean water, storm protection, carbon sequestration, health benefits and many others – that support people, communities and economies across the nation every day.

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