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Randy Bramer, USDA Office of General Counsel, Golden, CO


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Running time: 17 minutes and 55 seconds

This is part of a collection. See more from Adapting to Climate Change in National Forests.

Topics covered:

  • Climate Change and Water
  • Climate Change Litigation
  • Overview
  • Is Climate Change Real?
  • It's Real to the Federal Courts
  • Present Litigation
  • NEPA
  • Climate Change Litigation Chart
  • Statutory Claims
  • NEPA Cases
  • Center for Biological Diversity
  • NHTSA cont
  • Case Studies
  • Delta Smelt
  • Habitat
  • NRDC v. Kempthorne
  • Kempthorne cont.
  • Pac. Coast
  • Gutierrez cont.
  • Forest Fires
  • Hapner v. Tidwell
  • Tidwell cont.
  • Grizzly Bears
  • The White Bark Pine
  • Greater Yellowstone Coalition v. Servheen
  • Servheen, cont.
  • 2007 NW Forest Plan Revisions
  • Conservation Northwest v. Rey
  • Oil and Gas Development
  • Molloy suspends oil and gas leases
  • Oil and Gas Cont.
  • Future Litigation
  • What Can You Do?
  • Need for Field Data
  • Monitoring
  • Prepare for Conflicts
  • Inventory Water Uses
  • Instream Flows
  • Third Parties
  • Learn More

Production by: Michael Furniss and Jeffrey Guntle, Communications and Applications, PNW and PSW Research Stations

Video by: Ben Nieves, Oregon Street Studios

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