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CCRUN, a NOAA CAP/RISA team, presents a webinar titled “Mitigation and Adaptation Emissions Embedded in the Broader Climate Transition.”

The Consortium for Climate Risk in the Urban Northeast’s (CCRUN), a NOAA CAP/RISA team, invites Corey Lesk, a climate impacts scientist and postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Geography and the Neukom Institute at Dartmouth College, to discuss embedded emissions of broader climate transitions.

C3HE, a NOAA CAP/RISA team, primary investigators publish a new article titled, “Growing Safely or Building Risk?”

The Carolinas Collaborative on Climate, Health, and Equity (C3HE), a NOAA CAP/RISA team, principal investigators Miyuki Hino and Antonia Sebastian published a new article on floodplain management and housing in North Carolina.

Credit: CHaMP

Three NOAA CAP/RISA teams co-developed the Climate Hazard and Mitigation Planning (CHaMP) tool

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.

Pacific RISA Project Specialist Paula Moehlenkamp participated in the Palau Indigenous Knowledge Exchange to share Indigenous Knowledge, climate adaptation practices

Ms. Moehlenkamp attended the Palau Indigenous Knowledge Exchange to participate in traditional forms of aquaculture and navigation, exploring Indigenous coastal solutions to climate change mitigation, adaptation, resilience, and building alliances for a united Pacific.

MERT and AdSci hold successful focus group on coastal manager blue carbon adaptation and mitigation planning needs

The focus group brought together NOAA practitioners working at the intersection of climate change, blue carbon, and blue carbon habitats to foster discussion on adaptation, mitigation, and coastal ecosystem management.

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