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Climate Change: Frank Lowenstein


Frank Lowenstein

Climate Adaptation Strategy Leader for The Global Climate Change Team

Frank Lowenstein is Climate Adaptation Strategy Leader for The Nature Conservancy’s Global Climate Change Team. In this role he heads up the organization’s work on how natural systems can contribute to helping people adapt to climate change.

Previously he was Director of Forest Health for the Conservancy's North America Conservation Region. In this role he heads the organization’s collaborative work with many partners to protect America’s forests from non-native insects and diseases.

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Asian Carp in the Great Lakes? This Means War!

Time magazine turns to Frank for analysis on the threat of invasive Asian carp to the Great Lakes.

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Frank Lowenstein is Climate Adaptation Strategy Leader for The Nature Conservancy’s Global Climate Change Team. In this role he heads up the organization’s work on how natural systems can contribute to helping people adapt to climate change.

Previously he was Director of Forest Health for the Conservancy's North America Conservation Region. In this role he heads the organization’s collaborative work with many partners to protect America’s forests from non-native insects and diseases.

During his nearly 17 years with The Nature Conservancy Frank has worked to conserve forests and wetlands in many diverse habitats, including the Selva Maya of Mexico, the Tumbesian dry forests of Ecuador, pine forests of the Bahamas and the deciduous forests of the Northeastern U.S.

Outside of work, Frank is a coauthor of two popular books, Bugs: Insects, Spiders, Centipedes, Millipedes and Other Closely Related Arthropods and Voices of Protest: Documents of Courage and Dissent, as well as numerous scientific journal, magazine and newspaper articles. He is an avid outdoorsman and gardener, and an occasional banjo player. Together with his wife Sheryl, he is raising three sons.

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E-mail: scott_anderson@tnc.org

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Areas of Expertise
  • Climate Change
  • Climate Change Adaptation
  • Helping people and nature cope with climate change
  • Invasive Species
  • Insects
  • Forests

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