Slide 9: Currently
This presentation presents an overview of some of the CCS types of conservation planning available - these include biome movement models, gradient mapping, and detailed climate change studies on particular species. These steps allow for planning of "escape routes" or movement corridors for species under extensive threat of climate change.
At this stage, however, most of this planning is theoretical, with minimal integration with regional planning initiatives as yet.
The appropriate methods for a practical framework will depend on the data, infrastructure and expertise available, and to a large extent the types of climate change-integrated strategies used will both be dependent on regional requirements, and determine the optimal integration framework.