Carolinas CAP/RISA researchers were featured prominently in PBS NC's State of Change series for their research on urban heat and sunny day flooding in North Carolina communities.
CPO’s Adaptation Sciences Program will lead a U.S. Center side event highlighting two international partnerships, the Local2030 Islands Network and the Renewable Energy for Latin America and the Caribbean (RELAC) initiative, as well as their U.S. Federal Agency and international partners, working towards ambitious and necessary net-zero and climate resilience goals during COP27.
CPO’s Adaptation Sciences Program will support NOAA Administrator Dr. Rick Spinrad’s participation in an event on international partnerships for blue carbon at COP27.
This online tool aims to communicate potential vulnerabilities to the public and authorities responsible for allocating resources for hazard mitigation activities, and help local hazard mitigation, infrastructure, and land use planners integrate climate information into their hazard mitigation and other planning efforts.
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.
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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