Climate Change

  1. NatureServe
    Chief Scientist & Vice President for Conservation Science
  1. NatureServe
    Director, Species Science
  1. NatureServe
    Chief Ecologist
  1. NatureServe
    Director of Conservation Planning


Climate change is widely recognized as one of the gravest threats to the diversity of life. Actions we take today will determine the ability of plant and animals species to adapt to changing climatic conditions. NatureServe is applying data, decision-support tools, and network expertise to help understand how biodiversity will respond to the climates of the future.

A small iceberg melts near the glacier that calved to create it. Near Juneau, Alaska. Photo by Sam Sheline | NatureServe.

  1. Refuge Vulnerability Assessment and Alternatives Technical Guide: Assessing Vulnerability for Refuges and Landscapes and Developing Alternatives for Management

    PublicationScientific ReportU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  2. Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment of Species of Concern in West Virginia

    PublicationScientific ReportWest Virginia Division of Natural Resources
  3. Vulnerability of At-risk Species to Climate Change in New York

    PublicationScientific Report
  4. Helping to Put the 'Bio' in Biofuels

    Newsletter Article
  5. Climate Change in the Tropics