CPO to brief Hill staff on CPO programs and efforts

  • 15 April 2015
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CPO to brief Hill staff on CPO programs and efforts

In an effort to spread awareness about the great work done by the Climate Program Office team, CPO Director Wayne Higgins and NIDIS Director Roger Pulwarty are scheduled to participate in a Climate Program Office "Day on the Hill" on Tuesday, April 21. 

In their meetings, Higgins and Pulwarty will focus on three ongoing CPO efforts: the U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit, Climate and Water Resources, and Climate and Extremes Heat Health. 

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