Helping Coastal Wetlands Survive Climate Change

Kaneb Webinar Series

Safeguarding coastal marshes delivers compounding returns—making our communities more climate resilient, slowing storm surges, absorbing carbon, and providing habitat for fish, birds and other wildlife. Woodwell Climate Research Center Senior Scientist Dr. Linda Deegan will discuss the threats to our shorelines, and present the latest science on wetland resilience and restoration, followed by a panel discussion with Dr. Sue Adamowicz of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Dr. Jacques Oliver of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Woodwell scientist Hillary Sullivan.


August 5, 2020 2:30pm–3:30pm ET
Linda Deegan
Linda A. Deegan

Senior Scientist

Hillary Sullivan
Hillary L. Sullivan

Research Associate

Sue Adamowicz
Sue Adamowicz

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Jacques Oliver
Jacques Oliver

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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Northern Forests at Risk: 2020 Fire Season

The Arctic is experiencing record heat and wildfires are ramping up across the global north.

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Amazon at Risk: 2020 Fire Season

Early deforestation data are flashing warning signs that this year could be even worse than 2019’s decade-high.

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Facing Extreme Heat: Vulnerability & Resilience

Climate change is making severe summer heat and humidity worse and the harm isn’t being spread evenly.

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A Call to Action: Protecting Our Common Home

Join us to hear how faith communities are addressing the ecological and moral emergency of climate change.

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Arctic Meltdown and Unruly Tropical Storms

Hurricane season officially begins June 1st, with forecasts warning it may be worse than the historic average.

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Arctic Extremes: The Frontlines of Global Warming

The Arctic is warming faster than almost anywhere else on Earth.

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Mild to Wild: How Our Backyard Choices Impact Our Environment

Some people go all-in on yard design while others largely let nature take its course.

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Climate Action: Bridging Science & Activism

A conversation about how climate scientists and climate activists can work together.

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The Stories Rivers Tell

Rivers have stories to tell about the ecosystems around them and the impacts of a changing climate.

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Can Tapirs Restore Amazon Rainforest?

New research conducted by WHRC and IPAM Amazônia has shown that lowland tapirs can restore degraded Amazonian forests.

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Climate Change in the Era of COVID-19

The novel coronavirus pandemic has been compared to climate change at warp speed.

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