Jul 1, 2021
19. Listening through time
Play • 42 min
Today, on the last episode of season two, we’re talking about climate change, which threatens to upend everything western science understands about native and invasive species.   First, we join the Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission climate change team as they carefully observe the seasonal relationships between all the beings in the forest. Then we talk to the Tribal Climate Adaptation Menu team, who are helping tribal nations find ways to assert their knowledge and adapt to climate change. Finally, we step back 20,000 years to see what paleoecology can teach us about how species move as the climate changes.  Thank you to our guests Rob Croll, Hannah Panci, Sara Smith, Jerry Jondreau and Jack Williams.  GLIFWC’s Climate Change Program  -
GLIFWC’s Phenology study  -
Dibaginjigaadeg Anishinaabe Ezhitwaad - A Tribal Climate Adaptation Menu  -
More on climate change impacts in Wisconsin  -
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