California Global Warming Report Released!
Changing Climate Impacts Fish, Waterfowl, and Their Habitats
Photo courtesy of USFWS.
A projected 66 percent decrease in the snowpack of the Cascades would greatly reduce the snowmelt feeding the Klamath basin during summer. Combined with increasing water demands for irrigation, low river flows would spell disaster for fish in the Klamath River Basin.
A new report titled "On The Edge: Protecting California’s Fish and Waterfowl from Global Warming" by the National Wildlife Federation
and its California affiliate, the Planning and Conservation League Foundation
, shows that global warming is taking a toll on California’s rivers, wetlands, and coastline and the outdoor recreational economy they sustain.
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On this site, you can also:
* Learn more about the Western Climate Initiative, a group of governors and premiers from western American states and Canadian provinces who work together to identify, evaluate and implement collective and cooperative strategies to reduce greenhouse gases in the region in a way that best takes advantage of the unique culture, natural resources, and economies in the West.
*Take action! Find out what you can do to protect California's wildlife for our children's future.