Identifying climate change topics of greatest concern for AFS-TWS members
Recent changes in climate are having profound effects on many fish and wildlife species and projections suggest those trends are likely to continue. Actions taken now by natural resource professionals are critical to minimize species impacts. However, a large number of knowledge gaps exist with regards to how fish and wildlife species might respond to climate change and how managers can prepare for those changes.

The American Fisheries Society (AFS) and The Wildlife Society (TWS) are professional organizations with objectives to promote scientific research for the management and conservation of fish and wildlife resources. This results of this survey will be used to identify topics for a collaborative synthesis effort between both societies that will aim to address the emerging climate change issues in natural resource management. It should not take you more than 5-10 minutes. Thank you for your time and contribution!

On a scale of 1-5, how do you rank climate change?
Minor importance
Major importance
What are your perceptions of your organization’s concern about climate change?
What has been the primary focus of your professional climate change adaptation efforts to date?
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