How to avoid climate change: The key to avoiding climate change
In this week’s edition of The Ecological Model Protection Guide, we talk about the basics of using the model to understand the threat of climate change.
1 / 2 The Ecologic Model Protection guide: What is it and how do I use it?
The Ecologic model is the foundation of a whole host of other climate change related topics.
The first step is to understand what the model is and how it works.
If you’re already an expert in a subject and want to learn more, check out our articles on how to develop a model and how to use it.
Then, take some time to research and think about how the model can be used to help protect biodiversity.
It is not a scientific model, but rather a way of visualizing how environmental changes could affect the world.
We use the model because it’s an open source, open source data set.
So if you’re interested in this topic, read through the topics below.
For more information on this topic: 1 / 3 How to get started with the Ecologic Models Climate Modeling Guide (pdf) The model can help protect wildlife habitat, which is why the model contains data on the range and composition of species.
Its use can help inform conservation strategies, such as using models to guide the management of threatened species and communities.
There is also a wealth of data that can help you understand what happens to species as they migrate from one location to another.
Learn more about the models here.
Read the summary for The Ecographic Model Protection Handbook.
Resources for learning more: The Climate Model Protection Manual The Nature Conservancy’s Global Change Tracker: The World’s Climate Change Threats (pdf, 1.7 MB) National Geographic’s Climate and Climate Change: A Guide to the Future (pdf 2.4 MB)