Green Seattle Partnership (GSP) was originally conceptualized as a 20-year program to drive recovery of the city’s forested natural areas. Now in year fourteen of the restoration effort, Seattle Parks and Recreation, the lead agency for GSP, is undertaking an analysis of current ecological conditions using on-the-ground and remotely sensed data to better understand climate change exposures. This work helps build the program’s long-range perspective while offering immediate strategies to help the natural areas adapt to existing and anticipated environmental change.
Yadrick, Michael T. Jr.; Ciecko, Lisa A.; Brinkley, Weston R.; and Mojzak, Andrea K.
"Climate Change Vulnerability and Response in Seattle’s Urban Natural Areas,"
Cities and the Environment (CATE):
1, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/cate/vol13/iss1/10