New issue of Northwest Climate magazine released 26 October 2016

New issue of Northwest Climate magazine released

The Pacific Northwest Climate Impacts Research Consortium recently released the second issue of Northwest Climate, a magazine with stories about climate science and adaptation initiatives in the Pacific Northwest.

Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment launches new website 30 September 2016

Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment launches new website

The Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment (PIRCA) launched its new website at PIRCA.org.

NYC could experience higher heat-related mortality under increased greenhouse gas concentrations, study finds 7 July 2016

NYC could experience higher heat-related mortality under increased greenhouse gas concentrations, study finds

A CPO-supported study projected substantially higher heat-related mortality under RCP 8.5 and substantially reduced deaths under RCP 4.5 in New York City through the 21st century.

New book highlights positive impacts of the NOAA RISA program 22 April 2016

New book highlights positive impacts of the NOAA RISA program

The Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (RISA) program is proud to announce the release of Climate in Context: Science and Society Partnering for Adaptation, an edited volume being published by Wiley & Sons.

Managing Disaster: A new report on the 2013 Oklahoma Tornado 16 February 2016

Managing Disaster: A new report on the 2013 Oklahoma Tornado

The Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP), a NOAA RISA team, have released a new report on the emergency management response to the May 2013 EF-5 tornado that struck central Oklahoma. 

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