NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory Project Among First Round of Ocean Decade Endorsed Actions 15 June 2021

NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory Project Among First Round of Ocean Decade Endorsed Actions

The Project will harness the expertise of multiple U.S. agencies and partners to advance the development of tools, approaches, and capacity for integrating coastal blue carbon, such as seagrasses and mangroves, in the preparation of national greenhouse gas inventories in select developing countries. 

American Samoa Faces Health Threats, Stronger Storms, and Challenges for Coral Reefs from Climate Change, Says New Report 8 June 2021

American Samoa Faces Health Threats, Stronger Storms, and Challenges for Coral Reefs from Climate Change, Says New Report

A new assessment led by the Pacific Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (RISA) team offers insights about climate change risks in American Samoa and supports climate-wise planning

Climate Literacy and Energy Network to Hold 16th Review Camp of Educational Resources 8 June 2021

Climate Literacy and Energy Network to Hold 16th Review Camp of Educational Resources

The review camp will review and certify new teaching activities as high quality resources that are ready to be entered into the CPO-funded Climate Literacy and Energy Network (CLEAN) collection. Since being launched in 2010, the CLEAN review camp process has evaluated over 30,000 resources.

CPO Convenes Interagency Meeting on the New NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory Project 2 June 2021

CPO Convenes Interagency Meeting on the New NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory Project

The NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory Project harnesses capabilities across NOAA and the U.S. Government to provide international technical assistance and peer-to-peer learning focused on coastal blue carbon, ecosystem services (including co-benefits for adaptation and mitigation), and coastal resilience.

Anthropogenic Climate Change Exacerbated Impacts of Hurricane Sandy, Study Says 2 June 2021

Anthropogenic Climate Change Exacerbated Impacts of Hurricane Sandy, Study Says

A recent study co-funded by the Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (RISA) program found that sea level rise caused by anthropogenic climate change increased the extent and severity of damages from the 2012 hurricane.

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