The NOAA’s Climate Education Program will be joining other state leaders at the 2022 Annual Meeting to develop multi-state collaboratives to advance Climate Change Education.
The CPO-funded CLEAN Program reviews climate resources to provide the most updated and rigorously reviewed educational materials for educators to build curriculum. The work of the CLEAN team is actively bridging the accessibility gap in climate and energy education.
This CPO-supported team helped gather stakeholder input to inform future updates to the Great Lakes ice forecast model. Specifically, they provided recommendations for development of the user interface, and worked to better characterize user information needs that NOAA may be able to address.
The workshop, funded as part of a NOAA RISA planning grant to establish a regional “Heat + Housing + Health Equity Network” for the Southeastern U.S., will be held on June 23.
The June 15th meeting with the coordinators of the Chicago Climate Action Plan will focus on the theme of building a Climate-Ready Nation.
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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