NW CASC’s Meade Krosby Recognized with Wilburforce Conservation Leadership Award

Meade Krosby, University Deputy Director at the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center and Senior Scientist at the University of Washington’s Climate Impacts Group, has received this year’s Wilburforce Conservation Leadership Award! This award recognizes Meade for her work advancing biodiversity conservation under climate change.

The Wilburforce Foundation explains that “Over the past decade, she has done an extraordinary job to advance biodiversity conservation under climate change through innovative, rigorous, and highly regarded assessments of climate impacts and adaptation responses for species and ecosystems. Through her current role with the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group and the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center, Meade has helped Wilburforce and its partners like the Cascadia Partners Forum advance our shared goals of planning for conservation in a changing climate.”

“All of us at the Climate Impacts Group are thrilled to see the Wilburforce Foundation recognize our very own Meade Krosby as the positive force that she is,” Director Amy Snover says. “Meade is a true Conservation Leader!”

Check out Wilburforce’s announcement to learn more about Meade and the Conservation Award.