This webinar is part of the Delivering Nature Based Solutions series.
As climate change occurs the natural environment needs to adapt through the natural movement of species. This can only occur if we maintain ecosystem connectivity and identify refugia for species that have very specific environmental requirements. This is becoming increasingly difficult as our world becomes divided by roads, power lines and urban centres.
Scott Boswell from the Okanagan Collaborative Conservation Program will talk about their work to protect the Okanagan Mountain - k'nmalka Corridor.
Jessica Stolar from the University of Alberta will talk about using climate change refugia and corridors to inform conservation planning.
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