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NOAA IRAP and NSF-funded research provides recommendations on tailored and audience-specific risk and crisis communications in the Interior Alaska wildfire infosphere

This research was supported by NOAA’s International Research and Applications Project (IRAP), in partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF), through the Belmont Forum’s Collaborative Research Action on Climate, Environment and Health (BF/CRA/CEH). Overall, the funding competition provided over $13M to climate and health research via collaboration among 13 funding agencies from 10 countries.

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. 

CPO Produces NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory Project Briefing Sheet

The NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory Project addresses the nexus of climate, ecosystems and the human communities that depend on them, and provides opportunities to explore co-benefits for mitigation and adaptation. The effort also demonstrates how NOAA can work across line offices and the U.S. government agency community to share scientific, technical, and stewardship knowledge and experience with other countries

CPO/IRAP-Funded Researchers Hold Training and Stakeholder Engagement on New Disease Monitoring and Forecasting Tool

Researchers funded by CPO’s Climate and Societal Interactions (CSI) Division utilize partnerships and engagement activities to develop knowledge and decision support tools that can better address the risk management needs of specific sectors and stakeholders.

CPO/IRAP supported study shows potential for climate forecasts to predict infectious disease outbreaks

Results show that both the onset and size of the 2018 dengue outbreak in Réunion island could have been accurately predicted two weeks in advance, with some accuracy three to four weeks in advance — enough time for enhanced preparedness measures.

CPO/IRAP-supported research explores critical gaps in understanding climate-related mosquito-borne disease transmission

In recent years, there has been an alarming uptick in the number and geographic spread of mosquito-borne diseases, and the places where mosquitoes can thrive due to the temperature and precipitation of the area are shifting and growing as global temperatures rise and precipitation becomes more variable.

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