Human activities are causing high rates of biodiversity loss by reducing, degrading and fragmenting natural areas. Layered upon these stressors are the added effects of global climate change. Science is showing that species unable to [...]
About Anne Trainor
Anne Trainor is a post-doctoral associate in Yale University’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and served as as a coordinator and a key participant in the Yale Climate Adaptation Framework. As a NatureNet Fellow, Anne is currently integrating her expertise in ecological principles and geospatial modeling to build an approach that can help conservationists keep landscapes functional and connected while identifying and prioritizing energy portfolios for uncertain future conditions.