Thursday, September 24, 2009

Two Upcoming Wildlife Events

Audubon Assembly - Oct. 23rd

Audubon and our partners invite you to be our guests for
The Dialogue on Climate Change and Coastal Conservation
Friday, Oct. 23, 2009, 9AM to 11:30AM
Hilton St Petersburg Carillon Park
Hosted by Audubon of Florida and its partners

Be part of a lively discussion on climate change adaptation strategies and ways to maintain our coasts as places where people and wildlife can thrive. The Dialogue on Climate Change and Coastal Conservation will explore what we must do to prepare for the challenges of a changing coastline. The Dialogue will build on and increase cooperation for protecting natural resources and the economy in response to the effects of global warming.

The Dialogue is free but seating is limited.
Please share the additional details on the attached flyer with your friends and colleagues, and register today at!


Wildlife Webinar  - October 2, 10:00 - 11:45AM

Wildlife Conservation: Growth and land use have a far-reaching effect on wildlife habitats and populations. Future land use decisions, development practices, planning approaches, design choices and other actions by humans will impact the ultimate sustainability of our animal counterparts and their living environs. In this session, experts will present an array of findings, strategies, best practices and powerful resources to support advancements in wildlife conservation.

Presenters: Stephanie Rousseau, Wildlife Biologist IV, Florida Wildlife Commission. Dan Pennington, Community Planner, 1000 Friends of Florida. Nancy Payton, Southwest Florida Field Representative, Florida Wildlife Federation. Dr. Lisa Beever, AICP, Director, Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program in Florida
Date/Time: October 2, 10:00 - 11:45AM
Place: On-Line, your computer

Planning & Growth Academy: The Wildlife event is part of an ongoing on-line series featuring diverse topics and experts on planning, growth, community development and related topics. See<>, On-Line Learning tab, for more.

To Sign Up: Just go to http://www.CreatingTheFutureNow/On-Line_Learning_Academy.html<> and scroll to the sessions of interest. Reg.:25 dol.lars per-session (packages also available). Our event policy:
minimal-fees, maximum-service, no travel, timely programs.

Be Our Guest: Climate change has fast become an urgent priority for the environment and wildlife. Listen in on our 60 minute interview with Carol Browner - former US EPA chief and climate change specialist - on this and related concerns. Ms. Browner was since appointed as President Obama's "climate change czar". Go to Making a Difference tab on above site.

We welcome the opportunity to further serve and support wildlife conservation.

On Behalf Of:

The Future Is Now Foundation

850.997.2837, 251.0760

The Future Is Now Foundation, a non-partisan charitable-non-profit organization focused on training and education on topics that matter for the future and now.

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