City Sustainability Information
Is Global lWarming Fueling Increased Wildfire Risks? Union of Concerned Scientists
Impacts of climate change on Oregon’s coasts and estuaries by Peter Ruggiero, Cheryl A. Brown, Paul D. Komar3 Jonathan C. Allan, Deborah A. Reusser, and Henry Lee, II (Oregon Climate Change Research Institute Publication).
Climate Ready Communities: A Strategy for Adapting to Impacts of Climate Change on the Oregon Coast Published by Oregon Coastal Management Program, Department of Land Conservation and Development January 2009.
Chapter 6 from The Oregon Climate Assessment Report – Impacts of climate change on Oregon’s coasts and estuaries by Peter Ruggiero, Cheryl A. Brown, Paul D. Komar3 Jonathan C. Allan, Deborah A. Reusser, and Henry Lee, II (Oregon Climate Change Research Institute Publication). http://occri.net/wp-content/
Faith Based Information
The Millennium Development Goals – Report 2015 from United Nations Development Programme
The Oregon Climate Change Adaptation Framework (2010): http://www.oregon.gov/energy/
The USGS National Climate Change Viewer provides historic trends (from mid 1900s) with projections (to 2100) for mean maximum temperature, mean minimum temperature (the mean average is the average of these), Precipitation, runoff, snowpack, soil moisture storage. http://www.usgs.gov/climate_landuse/clu_rd/apps/nccv_viewer.asp
THE DANIEL J. EVANS SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY AND GOVERNANCE, University of Washington, CLIMATE CHANGE, MIGRATION, AND THE PUGET SOUND REGION What We Know and How We Could Learn More By Alison Saperstein Prepared for the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group June 1, 2015 http://cses.washington.edu/cig/files/Climate_Migration_Saperstein.pdf