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New State Climate Summaries

NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information and the Cooperative Institute for Satellite Earth System Studies have released an updated set of climate summaries for all 50 US states plus Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. These are comprehensive updates to the summaries released in 2017, with additional data, improved figures, and updated text addressing recent trends and notable climate and weather events across the country.

The new summaries are available on the web and as downloadable PDFs at https://statesummaries.ncics.org/

You can learn more about them at https://ncics.org/cics-news/new-us-state-climate-summaries/

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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Our new State Climate Summaries are now available! We invite everyone to explore these summaries to learn more about the climate in each US state, how those climates are changing, and what to expect in the future. statesummaries.ncics.org/Finding concise climate information about your state just got easier with the release of the new State Climate Summaries by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and partners. State Climate Summaries are now available with up-to-date, local perspectives on each state as well as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The summaries deliver succinct details about the state’s climate by describing historical conditions while also outlining potential future climate changes. Each state’s climate is addressed in four to six pages, along with three key messages and simple graphics—all easy to read and share. Learn more: bit.ly/StateSummaries2022
With help from the U.S. Global Change Research Program, we thank our partners, the Cooperative Institute for Satellite Earth System Studies, for leading the development of the summaries and hosting the interactive website: statesummaries.ncics.org/

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Our new State Climate Summaries are now available! We invite everyone to explore these summaries to learn more about the climate in each US state, how those climates are changing, and what to expect in the future. https://statesummaries.ncics.org/

Interested in using data to help address climate challenges in North Carolina? Please join us at the virtual Open Climate Data Science Workshop in March. This free workshop aims to facilitate collaborations between communities, organizations, and scientists and to build capacity for using publicly available weather and climate data, reproducible science practices, and local knowledge.

With a focus on Open Data and Open Science practices, the workshop will connect NC State University researchers with communities and stakeholders across the state, building trust in data-driven approaches for addressing climate change and fostering collaboration for climate change resilience projects in North Carolina.

For more information and to register, please visit the workshop website at go.ncsu.edu/open-climate-data

The Open Climate Data Science Workshop is co-organized by staff from NCICS, the State Climate Office of NC, the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center, and NCSU Libraries. The workshop is supported by NCSU’s Data Science Academy.
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Interested in using data to help address climate challenges in North Carolina? Please join us at the virtual Open Climate Data Science Workshop in March. This free workshop aims to facilitate collaborations between communities, organizations, and scientists and to build capacity for using publicly available weather and climate data, reproducible science practices, and local knowledge. 

With a focus on Open Data and Open Science practices, the workshop will connect NC State University researchers with communities and stakeholders across the state, building trust in data-driven approaches for addressing climate change and fostering collaboration for climate change resilience projects in North Carolina.

For more information and to register, please visit the workshop website at http://go.ncsu.edu/open-climate-data

The Open Climate Data Science Workshop is co-organized by staff from NCICS, the State Climate Office of NC, the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center, and NCSU Libraries. The workshop is supported by NCSU’s Data Science Academy.
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