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NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory Project Participates in Bilateral Workshop with Indonesia on Blue Carbon Ecosystems

This workshop was the culmination of months of engagement between the U.S. Government and Government of Indonesia, it included multiple U.S. agencies and Indonesian ministries, and contributed to diplomatic progress on climate change collaboration.

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Pacific RISA reports the Federated States of Micronesia face stronger storms, health threats, and challenges for atolls and fisheries from climate change

A new assessment led by the Pacific RISA, a NOAA CAP/RISA team, offers insight about climate change risks in the Federated States of Micronesia and supports climate-wise planning.

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C3HE co-hosts workshop on heat protocols for local governments in North Carolina

The Carolinas Collaborative on Climate, Health, and Equity (C3HE), a NOAA CAP/RISA team, helped local governments in North Carolina create equity-centered heat response protocols.

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Climate Program Office seeks proposals to advance climate science, resilience

This year’s notice of funding opportunity consists of six competitions to advance understanding of Earth’s climate system through interdisciplinary, integrated scientific research.

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Is Man-Made Climate Change to Blame For Record-Breaking Forest Fires in California?

With 10 of the largest California wildfires occurring in the last 20 years—five of which occurred in 2020 alone—scientists are asking if man-made climate change is to blame.

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Fixed or Shifting Baselines: How Should We Categorize Marine Heatwaves?

Two months after MAPP’s Marine Ecosystem Task Force published a comment in Nature calling for clearer definitions of marine heatwaves, a newly published article in Frontiers assesses marine heat waves in the Mediterranean Sea and questions the usefulness of fixed or moving baselines.

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Updated Rural Capacity Map to help identify communities that need climate resilience support

This mapping tool helps grantors and grantees identify communities that need support with infrastructure and climate resilience projects, but may lack staff and expertise to compete for federal funds.

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