A new AC4-funded study develops a new wildfire smoke tracking and Fire Radiative Power (FRP) estimation tool using weather radar, which can fill in gaps missed by traditional satellite measurements.
The urban heat island mapping program was showcased at the White House Demo Day on November 7th, where President Biden learned about the CPO housed program.
This monograph presents key information to federal, state and local agencies that could potentially help lower barriers to understanding the impacts of climate change in local policies, regulations and infrastructure designs.
A new study supported by AC4 compared both aircraft and ground-based FIREX-AQ measurements to find distinct aerosol processes with height, which cannot be fully characterized by observations from the ground.
The NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory (BCI) Project delivered two capacity building workshops in Accra, Ghana to around 20 Government of Ghana staff and partners.
ACCELS was created to provide an opportunity for CLEAN Network members and others involved in climate and energy education to gather, share and learn, and, most importantly, explore collaborations for the next year.
Pew Charitable Trusts and Silvestrum Climate Associates, with support from the NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory (BCI) Project, hosted a Technical Workshop on Coastal Wetlands/Blue Carbon in National Climate Commitments Technical Workshop in Panama City, Panama.