CEE’s Frank Niepold is lead author on climate change education, training, and public awareness chapter of 2022 U.S. Climate Ambitions Report to the UNFCCC 6 January 2023

CEE’s Frank Niepold is lead author on climate change education, training, and public awareness chapter of 2022 U.S. Climate Ambitions Report to the UNFCCC

This international chapter reflects programs and initiatives designed to enhance climate change education, training, and public awareness throughout the country.

Researchers from CCRUN co-author new publication “Mixed methods assessment of personal heat exposure, sleep, physical activity, and heat adaptation strategies among urban residents in the Boston area" 6 January 2023

Researchers from CCRUN co-author new publication “Mixed methods assessment of personal heat exposure, sleep, physical activity, and heat adaptation strategies among urban residents in the Boston area"

Patrick Kinney and Patricia Fabian, from Consortium for Climate Risk in the Urban Northeast (CCRUN), a NOAA CAP/RISA team, published results of a co-authored study monitoring heat vulnerability and adaptation strategies for the Boston, MA area community.

CAP/RISA briefs Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Climate Change Professionals 9 December 2022

CAP/RISA briefs Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Climate Change Professionals

his presentation communicated the goals and structure of the CAP/RISA program, presented tools and recent accomplishments of relevance to the DHS mission, and discussed opportunities for them to learn more about CPO's climate work.

18 November 2022

CPO's Adaptation Sciences International Programs and Partnerships Featured in White House Announcements at COP27

Last year, the U.S. launched the President's Emergency Plan for Adaptation and Resilience, or PREPARE. NOAA’s contributions to the PREPARE initiative were highlighted at the recent COP27 in Egypt.

IRAP-funded study focuses on hurricanes and anomalous heat in the Caribbean 3 November 2022

IRAP-funded study focuses on hurricanes and anomalous heat in the Caribbean

A new article, published by an interdisciplinary and international team of researchers supported by CPO’s International Research and Applications Project (IRAP), focuses on heat in the aftermath of tropical cyclones in the Caribbean.

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