Findings from Nov. 2019 survey from Yale and George Mason climate communication programs on what Americans think about climate change.
Phoenix Urban Heat Planning Activities: planting trees
Desde sus hogares en medio del desierto de Arizona, los vecinos de Phoenix intentan convivir con un calor abrasador.
An evidence-based image library, and reports on principles for visual climate change communication.
Hay proyectos climáticos que no van más allá del entorno local. Pero en otros casos, puede darse la oportunidad de ampliar la iniciativa a una escala mayor.
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Effort by seven federal agencies to support state, tribal, local, and private sector approaches to managing drought risks and impacts.
Report analyzing shellfish hatchery vulnerability across the U.S.
Quick summaries of different energy sources as well as vehicles and fuels to improve fuel economy.
Adds to the scientific foundation for understanding climate-related vulnerability in California and informing resilience actions, state policies, plans, programs, and guidance.
The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals acts as a catalyst among tribal governments, research and technical resources at Northern Arizona University (NAU), various federal, state and local governments, and the private sector, in support of environmental protection of Native American natural resources. Their Tribes & Climate Change Program provides support and is responsive to the needs of tribes that are preparing for and currently contending with climate change impacts.