This methodology, extended from the original Plan Integration for Resilience Scorecard (PIRS) approach, enables communities to understand their net impact on heat resilience planning and policies to see where they are reducing heat and also where they may be adding to the problem.
This second webinar in a series spotlighting NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellows will feature current fellow and ecoclimatologist Dr. Mukund Palat Rao discussing the forest carbon cycle in the context of climate change.
This virtual webinar, titled Planning for Fire: Wildfire, Water Quality, and Local Preparedness in the West, highlights graduate student work on local fire risk reduction planning and water quality planning in the face of wildfire risk.
This webinar series will provide the first public look at early outcomes from the 5 Extreme Heat Risk Initiative awards currently underway as well as research outcomes focused on heat from across the CPO portfolio.
NIDIS and NIHHIS are working together to inform Congress, the media, and other stakeholders how worsening drought and heat conditions are severely impacting communities in the West and Southern Plains.
Americans’ health, security and economic wellbeing are tied to climate and weather. Every day, we see communities grappling with environmental challenges due to unusual or extreme events related to climate and weather.
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