Florida is ground-zero for climate change impacts as our natural and human communities are forced to grapple with increasing heat, flooding, sea level rise, and wildfire risk.

Archbold approached Florida Atlantic University to assess overlaps between land conservation in the Florida Wildlife Corridor and the resilience of the state’s nature and people to advancing climate change.

Archbold’s conservation program is using the Florida Wildlife Corridor and Climate Change Report’s results to credibly motivate the Corridor’s protection.

The report's executive summary is available here.