Build capacity within and among state fish and wildlife agencies to begin integrating climate change into the normal business of the conservation of fish and wildlife.
Serve as a forum for networking, information sharing, and lessons learned on climate change issues.
Serve as the coordinated voice of the fish and wildlife agencies on climate change issues with conservation partners, other sectors, legislators, and appropriators.
Serve as a conduit for sharing emerging research on climate change and climate adaptation and develop recommended approaches for state agencies to incorporate climate change considerations in to fish and wildlife conservation.
Committee Contact Information
Staff: Jacob Blandford email@example.com
Chair: Thomas Eason, Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission
Vice-Chair: Christie Curley, Fish and Wildlife Policy Branch, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry