Climate change poses new challenges to decision-makers as they work to restore and maintain biodiversity, create comprehensive policies and protect the natural systems that people depend on. The Conservancy’s Great Lakes Project has developed a regional climate strategy to address the impacts of changing temperature and precipitation patterns on our freshwater, coastal, forest and agricultural resources.
Learn how we’re incorporating climate considerations into our work across the Great Lakes region by downloading our case studies, watching video interviews, accessing climate adaptation tools and learning more about our network of climate partners.
Download examples of climate-adapted planning and on-the-ground action.
Explore tools to help with every step of the climate adaptation process.
Learn about the network of research and collaborative work taking place around the region.
Find out what Great Lakes coastal conservation professionals think about climate change adaptation.