Climate Program Office News

Tackling the challenges of a drier, hotter, more fire-prone future 11 April 2021

Tackling the challenges of a drier, hotter, more fire-prone future

In a new EOS Opinion Article, MAPP Drought Task Force leaders Rong Fu, Andrew Hoell, Justin Mankin, and Isla Simpson, working with NIDIS staff member Amanda Sheffield, describe the disastrous impacts droughts, heat waves and fires have globally. They also highlight new MAPP- and NIDIS-funded research that tackles the challenges of a drier, hotter, more fire-prone future.
CPO Features Six Talented Women through Women’s History Month Campaign 7 April 2021

CPO Features Six Talented Women through Women’s History Month Campaign

The profiles have earned significant readership on social media, including a retweet from the U.S. Commerce Department account for the story on MAPP-funded scientist Allison Wing.

Frank Niepold to Speak at First UNFCCC Expert Group Meeting on Monitoring, Evaluating, and Reporting ACE Activities 7 April 2021

Frank Niepold to Speak at First UNFCCC Expert Group Meeting on Monitoring, Evaluating, and Reporting ACE Activities

Action for Climate Empowerment is an important part of the Paris Agreement and, as the United States rejoins the world, demonstrating leadership through strong initiatives and collaboration will be key.

New CISA Story Map Explores Climate Extremes in the Carolinas 7 April 2021

New CISA Story Map Explores Climate Extremes in the Carolinas

By providing current and past event information on drought, extreme heat, hurricanes, winter weather and other severe weather in the Carolinas, the story map aims to educate and prepare regional stakeholders about climate extremes.

CLIMAS Publishes SARP & RISA-Supported Guidebook for Water Auctions 7 April 2021

CLIMAS Publishes SARP & RISA-Supported Guidebook for Water Auctions

Water auctions are a valuable tool for exchanging scarce water resources among users. The guidebook can help users consider advantages and disadvantages, as well as implementation and evaluation of water auctions. 

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