15 CPO staff, research team members, interns, and a Knauss Fellow will participate in the American Geophysical Union’s Fall 2023 Meeting.
A Monograph on Planning for Extreme Precipitation in a Changing Climate: Case Studies in the Mid-Atlantic and Urban Northeast
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.
NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory Project Supports Blue Carbon/Coastal Wetlands Technical Workshop with Pew Charitable Trust and Silvestrum Climate Associates
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.
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.
The Mystic River Watershed Association is part of the EPA’s Urban Waters Federal Partnership Program which reconnects urban communities, particularly those that are overburdened or economically distressed, with their waterways by improving coordination among federal agencies.
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.
CPO Supports Stakeholder Engagement Workshop to Develop a Research for Action on Climate Change and Health in the Caribbean
As part of an ongoing partnership in the region focused on the development of climate services for adaptation and resilience, NOAA’s Adaptation Sciences program provided funding to Blue Sky Development Consulting to support experts in the design and implementation of an assessment of the state of climate and health science, priorities, and adaptive capacity in the Caribbean.
NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory Project Participates in a Virtual Workshop with Government of Indonesia Ministry of Environment and Forestry
This workshop is a part of NOAA engagements with Department of State colleagues and other US government partners to advance activity area 4 of the US Government and Government of Indonesia Climate Task Force 2 (TF2) Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services.
Engagement with Senegal on marine protected areas and blue carbon is a significant contribution to international efforts to incorporate blue carbon into other countries national greenhouse gas inventories, and to to manage marine protected areas, and protect shared species and habitats.