Wanda I. Crespo Acevedo, Climate Adaptation Program Specialist in support of the NOAA-RISA Program in Puerto Rico, to present to FEMA on Puerto Rico’s Recovery and the Climate Crisis 5 August 2022

Wanda I. Crespo Acevedo, Climate Adaptation Program Specialist in support of the NOAA-RISA Program in Puerto Rico, to present to FEMA on Puerto Rico’s Recovery and the Climate Crisis

This August 24th webinar will increase the capacities of the FEMA’s staff to address the challenges associated with the climate crisis as part of the Hurricane’s Irma and María recovery efforts.

New field project assessing the evolution of atmospheric pollution in the New York City area 2 August 2022

New field project assessing the evolution of atmospheric pollution in the New York City area

AC4 funded research uses unprecedented field measurements to gather data on real-world vehicular and non-vehicular volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions to characterize emission rates and oxidative aging of various types of organic pollutants and greenhouse gases in the Greater New York City Metropolitan Area.

NOAA Climate Program Office’s 2023 funding opportunity is now open 1 August 2022

NOAA Climate Program Office’s 2023 funding opportunity is now open

Approximately $11.1 million will be available in FY23 to start new awards in about six different topic areas, pending budget appropriations. 

The Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP), a NOAA RISA team, announces expansion of the Simple Planning Tool to Texas 28 July 2022

The Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP), a NOAA RISA team, announces expansion of the Simple Planning Tool to Texas

The Simple Planning Tool for Texas Climate Hazards, previously available in Oklahoma and Arkansas, assists planners, emergency managers, and decision makers in Texas who are assessing their long-term climate risks, both historically and in the future.

Researchers from the California-Nevada Climate Applications Program, a NOAA RISA team, contribute to new article on winter wet–dry weather patterns as evidence for increasing wildfire hazard in CA 28 July 2022

Researchers from the California-Nevada Climate Applications Program, a NOAA RISA team, contribute to new article on winter wet–dry weather patterns as evidence for increasing wildfire hazard in CA

The study reveals that weather patterns are changing in a way that enhances wildfire hazard in California, while the frequency of weather patterns linked to historical floods is not diminishing. These changes exhibit the rising hazards of weather extremes in California’s present and future.

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