Resilient and Connected Landscapes

Project description (English)

The Nature Conservancy’s Resilient and Connected Landscapes project is the first study to comprehensively map resilient lands and significant climate corridors across Eastern North America. Released in October 2016, the study took eight years to complete, involved 60 scientists, and developed innovative new techniques for mapping climate-driven movements.

Project description (French)

Main contact organization for the project

The Nature Conservancy

Part of larger network(s)

Project status

Underway

Start year of project

2016

Primary ecosystem focus

Forested

Agricultural

Coastal

Connectivity action

Corridors network design

Core priority area designation

Land protection

Standard keywords

Corridors

Stepping stone

Geographical coverage

Jurisdiction(s)

New Brunswick

Nova Scotia

Prince Edward Island

Quebec

Connecticut

Maine

Massachusetts

New Hampshire

Rhode Island

Vermont