The Yale Framework
The Yale Climate Adaptation Framework is a flexible portfolio of six spatially explicit adaptation options that helps adjust the way land use planning can be done for a climate future. The framework crosses three ecological scales (i.e., species, ecosystems, and landscapes) used in different levels of planning with six adaptation approaches. Maintaining and restoring ecological connectivity is a cornerstone adaptation approach in the Framework.
About The Yale Framework
|Author(s)||Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Working Group (led by Oswald Schmitz)|
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