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Grant Will Fund Climate Resilience Strategies for Frontline Communities in the Carolinas

North Carolina State University will lead a multi-institutional effort to develop climate resilience solutions in frontline communities in the Carolinas, thanks to a five-year, $5 million dollar grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Frontline communities refer to communities who experience the first and worst impacts of the climate crisis.

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NOAA’s Climate Program Office (CPO/NOAA Climate.Gov) has announced $171 million in funding for 72 projects. NCEI projects are among the recipients. The awards represent the highest five-year investment in CPO’s history. NCEI projects include:

--A project involving our Regional Climate Services in the Pacific to build equitable and just climate solutions for Pacific Island resilience in disasters and extreme events.
--A joint project with North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies - NCICS to develop a blended in situ/satellite marine air temperature dataset using artificial intelligence.
--A joint project with NCICS to create a community-based resilience model on climate and health equity in the Carolinas.

Check out the entire list of winners: bit.ly/3ABP1lK

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