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Forests, Carbon and Climate Change: What’s Oregon Doing?

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About The Presenter

Mike Cloughesy, Director of Forestry, Oregon Forest Resources Institute

About This Presentation

This is part of a collection. See more from the Climate Change Short Course.

Running time: 36 minutes and 50 seconds
Given: May 2008, Climate Change Short Course, Developing a Climate for Change
Online production by M.J. Furniss and J. Guntle, Communications and Applications, PNW and PSW Research Stations
Video by Pat McAbery

Topics covered:

  • Gov's Global Warming Advisory Group
  • Global Warming Commission
  • Oregon Climate Change Research Institute
  • Western Climate Initiative
  • Forest Carbon Working Group
  • SAF Managed Forests in Climate Change Policy
  • Biomass Energy Incentives
  • Carbon Aggregator Proposal
  • Taskforce on Adapting Forests to Climate Change
  • Genetic & Silvicultural Options
  • What will the taskforce do?
  • Taskforce organization
  • OFRI's FCC&CC Outreach
  • Forest Carbon Cycle
  • Changing Course Is Possible
  • The Wedges Strategy
  • Forest "Wedge" Components
  • Carbon Sequestration Tree
  • Annual Growth & Mortality of Sawtimber on Non-Reserved Timberland
  • FC&CC Reports and Fact Sheets
  • What's Oregon Doing?
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