Reports & Resources
Reports and Fact Sheets
Why protecting floodplains is good for people and wildlife.
The True Cost of Coal
The Coal Industry's Threat to Fish and Communities in the Pacific Northwest.
First-Ever North Pacific LCC Reports
Two reports compiling recent scientific research on climate change effects and adaptation approaches in the region's marine (read full report here) and freshwater (read full report here) ecosystems. Executive Summaries are also available: marine and freshwater.
Tar Sands Mega-Loads Threaten Pacific Northwest
New fact sheet shows Exxon's proposed tar sands shipping route brings dangers to the Northwest.
Setting the Stage
Ideas for safeguarding Washington's fish and wildlife in an era of climate change.
Increased Flooding Risk: Global Warming's Wake-up Call for Riverfront Communities
Illustrates the importance of protecting floodplain habitat in the Pacific Northwest and getting people and communities out of harm's way.
Pacific Northwest and Sea-Level Rise
An analysis of the impacts for Puget Sound, Southwestern Washington, and Northwestern Oregon.
Protecting Puget Sound Floodplains
A fact sheet explaining the importance of floodplains and what we are doing to increase protection and restoration of these areas.
Water Rights, Water Quality & Water Solutions in the West
A fact sheet about the Yakima River Basin Integrated Water Plan.
Alaska Sea-Level Rise
This report increases our understanding of the vulnerability of Alaska's coastal systems to climate change and can help inform future coastal restoration, protection, and adaptation measures.
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