National Climate Assessment Midwest Regional Town Hall.
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A primary goal for the National Climate Assessment is to establish permanent assessment capacity both inside and outside of the federal government. Building on two previous National Climate Assessment Reports (2000 and 2009), the US Global Change Research Program has established the National Climate Assessment as an ongoing process that engages people and organizations across the country in creating and maintaining the information infrastructure needed to conduct sustained assessments that improve the our country’s ability to understand, anticipate, and respond to climate change impacts and vulnerabilities.
Draft Findings from the Third National Climate Assessment Report
Midwest Technical Input Report
The Sustained Assessment Process: How can the NCA continue into the future?
Panel Session: Building Assessment Capacity in the Midwest United States
Moderator: David Bidwell, Great Lakes Integrated Sciences and Assessments. Panelists: Melinda Koslow, National Wildlife Federation; Ricky Rood, Great Lakes Integrated Sciences and Assessments and University of Michigan; Kim Hall, The Nature Conservancy
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Synthesis Speaker and Final wrap-up