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October 2021

Advancing Climate Adaptation and Coastal Community Resilience

CPO’s newly launched Adaptation Sciences (AdSci) Program is announcing 20 new 2-year projects in Fiscal Year 2021 focused on vulnerable U.S. coastal communities planning for the future impacts of flooding in the context of climate change and other stressors. The competitively selected projects total $4,846,215 in grants1. Coastal communities are already experiencing impacts from increased coastal flooding …

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Applications now being accepted for 2022 Urban Heat Island Mapping Campaigns

The National Integrated Heat Health Information System (NIHHIS) and CAPA Strategies are now accepting applications from organizations interested in participating in the 2022 cohort of the Urban Heat Island (UHI) mapping campaigns. Over the past four years, more than three dozen cities across the United States. have participated in the UHI campaign program to map …

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CPO’s MERT gives presentation to NOS Coastal Science Board on the Science for Sanctuaries Initiative

On October 29, CPO’s Marine Ecosystem Risk Team (MERT) is making a presentation to the NOS Coastal Science Board. The presentation will introduce MERT and describe the outcomes and ongoing activities of its Science for Sanctuaries Initiative, aiming to increase cross-NOAA collaborations to advance NOAA’s stewardship mission.

Adapting to Climate with NOAA RISA in the Carolinas and Alaska

The NOAA Climate Program Office’s Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (RISA) program invests in research and engagement that expands regional capacity to adapt to climate change in the U.S. RISA’s regional teams build sustained relationships between decision makers and researchers that support collaborative and equitable adaptation to climate risks. In Fiscal Year 2021, the RISA program launched 9 new 5-year RISA teams. This webinar series is a venue to introduce each team, discuss major themes and partners, and preview the projects that will advance climate knowledge and adaptation capacity in their regions.

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