The impacts of climate change in Idaho will present challenges and opportunities to all sectors of our economy – from agriculture to recreation and tourism, energy, human health, infrastructure, and land – according to a series of reports prepared by Idaho researchers in an effort led by the James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research at the University of Idaho and released to the public in December 2021.
The reports are part of the Idaho Climate-Economy Impacts Assessment, a nonpartisan, science-based resource to help Idaho business leaders, policy makers, and Idahoans plan for a resilient Idaho economy.
The assessment seeks to inspire new collaborations, commitments, and ongoing forums to leverage resources, encourage innovations, and spur investments in Idaho solutions.
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agriculture, forests, rangelands, and recreation and tourism from
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McClure Center for Public Policy Research