Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Global Warming

The Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) will soon make important decisions on how to manage wildlife on the frontline of climate change. Federal, tribal, state, regional, and local land managers, biologists, ecologists, surveyors, engineers, game and non-game wildlife enthusiasts should plan to attend. 

Join us August 20, to learn from experts with global, national, and statewide perspectives who will prepare us for the workshops on August 21.  Your contribution in one of these six workshops will guide FWC management and policy makers as they develop guidelines in their Climate Change Strategy Document.  Reports from FWC workshop leaders and Executive Director, Ken Haddad will conclude the summit on Friday, August 22.

Please be sure to register and arrange lodging at the Rosen PLAZA by August 4 to guarantee a room.   You will not be billed until your arrival date.

Click here to view our dynamic sessions, presenters, and workshops. 
Click here for information on accommodations at the Rosen PLAZA:
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We look forward to seeing you there!

Chuck Collins
Regional Director
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Doreen DiCarlo
Summit Coordinator
Florida Center for Environmental Studies
(561) 799-8553 Phone E-mail

For the cats,

Carole Baskin, CEO of Big Cat Rescue
an Educational Sanctuary home
to more than 100 big cats
12802 Easy Street Tampa, FL  33625
813.493.4564 fax 885.4457

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