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National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine

CEE’s David Herring serves as a panelist in National Academies session on tools and platforms for climate services

Earlier this week, CEE Division Chief David Herring gave an overview presentation on the Climate Resilience Toolkit, Climate Explorer, CMRA, and CRIS initiative during a panel session hosted by the National Academies of Science, Engineering, & Medicine.

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painting of hands designing a cleaner globe. One half of the image depicts a dirty Earth, the other a clean energy Earth.

Investigators from the Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP) Contribute to the 5th National Climate Assessment

The National Climate Assessment informs the public and decision-makers in the U.S. about the status of climate change, its current impacts, and its future risks across the nation. The report also highlights opportunities for economic growth and resilience, as well as current mitigation and adaptation responses.

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CEE’s Frank Niepold and Haley Crim will lead the 2023 update of the USGCRP Climate Literacy guide

This interagency effort will result in the document’s first update since 2009, a highly necessary task given the advances in climate science and shift in public awareness and capacity to make informed decisions.

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CPO Staff Engage with Key International Partners of the U.S. Global Change Research Program

NOAA promotes cooperation on global change research and benefits from interagency and international engagement provided through USGCRP. Members of NOAA’s Climate Program Office participated in the Annual International Meeting of the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP), held over a period of three days between November 19th and December 2nd.  Wayne Higgins attended as the Chair of the Subcommittee on Global Change Research and was joined by Ben DeAngelo and Jin Huang. The meeting was convened by the USGCRP International Activities Interagency Working Group (IAIWG), co-chaired by Lisa Vaughan.

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Building an integrated U.S. National Climate Indicators System

CPO-supported researcher Dr. Melissa Kenney was the lead author on a report published in the journal Climate Change on building the integrated national climate indicators system, a prototype of which launched in May 2015.  The climate indicator system was designed to complement the National Climate Assessments (NCA) and provide more timely information to decision makers, said Kenney.

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