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The National Climate Assessment - "Ask Me Anything" on Reddit with Kathy Jacobs and UA Authors
On Friday, May 9 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Kathy Jacobs, director of the National Climate Assessment and director of the UA’s Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions, Gregg Garfin, lead author of the Southwest portion of the NCA and Assistant Professor in the UA’s School of Natural Resources and the Environment, potentially along with other UA researchers that were critical to various sections of the NCA report, will host an “Ask Me Anything” conversation on the website Reddit.
The National Climate Assessment - A Panel Discussion
On Thursday, May 8 at 7:00PM in McClelland Park Room 105, the University of Arizona's Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions (CCASS) will host a panel to discuss the National Climate Assessment report. The National Climate Assessment report, to be released May 6, delivers to the U.S. Congress and the President the latest policy-relevant climate change research available.
Third National Climate Assessment Released!
The third National Climate Assessment (NCA), released today by the White House and the U.S. Global Change Research Program, informs U.S. citizens, communities, and businesses on the science of climate change, observed and projected changes, and impacts across the country. Written by more than 240 authors, including seven from the University of Arizona, the report is the most comprehensive national effort to assess the science and effects of climate change in the U.S.
Climate Change in the Tucson Region: Sustainable Living or Abandoned Wasteland?
How will the Tucson region be affected by climate change? What are you most concerned about? Come hear from the experts and get some answers! The newly released Assessment of Climate Change in the Southwest United States (published by Island Press) is the most comprehensive synthesis ever of regional climate change, projected impacts, and solutions for society.
University of Arizona Press Release
In an era of increasing climate instability, the southwestern United States faces strained water resources, greater prevalence of tree-killing pests, and potentially significant alterations of agricultural infrastructure. These threats and challenges as well as others are detailed a new book, Assessment of Climate Change in the Southwest United States, published by Island Press.