Climate Change Evidence and Causes Booklet

Climate Change: Evidence and Causes

The US National Academy of Sciences and The Royal Society released “Climate Change: Evidence & Causes,” a new publication produced jointly by the two institutions. Authors discussed the booklet’s content at a release event on February 27, 2014. Download the booklet and view the event webcast here.

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Extreme Weather and Climate Change Event at the Koshland Museum

Save the date: on April 7, don’t miss the chance to learn about Attribution of Extreme Weather Events in the Context of Climate Change, a new consensus report from the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine that examines the current state of the science of attribution of extreme weather events to human-caused climate change and natural variability. Register now!

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Get the Scoop on Climate Change on June 28

Come to the debut of a new video and booklet designed to help the public learn about the science of climate change. Climate scientist Antonio Busalacchi will be on hand to answer the public’s questions. Enjoy free ice cream!

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Interactive Programs Explore Resilience, Coastal Risk

The Koshland Science Museum invites the public to View page »

Join our Webinar on Urban Meteorology: June 26 at 2:00

The National Academy of Sciences is holding a free webinar next week on Urban Meteorology: Forecasting, Monitoring, and Meeting Users’ Needs, a new report that investigates how meteorologists can provide more accurate urban weather information to emergency services, city planners, and the people who dwell in urban areas.

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Meeting October 7: Subseasonal to Seasonal Forecasts

The National Research Council has appointed a committee to develop a study on how to increase the nation’s scientific capacity for research on Subseasonal to Seasonal (S2S) forecasting ( i.e., forecasting on the timescale of two weeks to a year into the future). Read more about attending the public meeting here.

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Preventing “Free-riding” in International Environmental Agreements

Free Lecture on October 2, 2014; 5:00 p.m.

As our understanding of the science, technologies, and policy instruments involved in climate change and slowing emissions has advanced greatly, the analysis of the international political economy of climate policies is still in its infancy. Register now for this free lecture, “Climate Clubs: How to prevent free-riding in international environmental agreements.”

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Public Briefing: Abrupt Impacts of Climate Change

The public is invited to a briefing for the release of a new report from the National Research Council on Tuesday, December 3 from 11:00-12:00 at the Koshland Science Museum. The report examines the likelihood of various physical components of the Earth system undergoing major and rapid changes.

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Webinar on Arctic Matters: The Global Connection to Changes in the Arctic

Join a webinar on Friday April 17 at 1:00 p.m. EDT to explore a new primer that explains why the Arctic’s rapidly changing environment matters to all of us.

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Webinar: Enhancing Participation in the US Global Change Research Program

Friday, December 4, 2015, 12:30 p.m. EDT Register to Attend   Join a free webinar to explore the recent National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine report, Enhancing Participation in the U.S. Global Change Research Program. As understanding of global change has evolved over the past decades, the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) has …

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