Featured Session: Climate Adaptation Exploration

Did you know… A King Tide, or seasonal highest tide, is predicted to occur from April 26-29. Learn more about tidal flooding impacts. If you’re sticking around the Charleston area after the meeting, consider documenting any flooding you see for the SC King Tides Initiative! Each week until the 2017 in-person meeting, we are featuring a session to … More Featured Session: Climate Adaptation Exploration

Featured Sessions: Hurricane Matthew Impacts and Recovery throughout the Region & Extreme Events in the Face of a Changing Climate

Did you know… Hurricane Matthew caused an estimated $10 billion in damage and is the 10th most destructive hurricane to impact the United States. Each week until the 2017 in-person meeting, we are featuring sessions to share a few more details about the agenda. This week, we are featuring two sessions “Hurricane Matthew: Impacts and Recovery … More Featured Sessions: Hurricane Matthew Impacts and Recovery throughout the Region & Extreme Events in the Face of a Changing Climate

Featured Session: Bridging Climate Resilience and Disaster Planning

Did you know… #HurricaneMatthew was used in 418,405 Instagram posts and was one of the most used weather-related hashtags on Twitter?  Each week until the 2017 in-person meeting, we will be featuring a session to share a few more details about the agenda. The session this week is “Public Information and Communications during Extremes.” We will learn […]

More Featured Session: Bridging Climate Resilience and Disaster Planning

Keynote Speakers for 2017 In-Person Meeting!

We are very pleased to announce that Jason Hurdich (Certified Deaf Interpreter) and Shonna Magee (Deaf Hearing Services Coordinator at the S.C. Association of the Deaf) will be giving the keynote presentation at this year’s meeting. Jason and Shonna attracted national attention serving as the sign-language interpretation team for S.C. Governor Nikki Haley during Hurricane … More Keynote Speakers for 2017 In-Person Meeting!

Featured Session: Public Information and Communication during Extremes

Did you know… #HurricaneMatthew was used in 418,405 Instagram posts and was one of the most used weather-related hashtags on Twitter?  Each week until the 2017 in-person meeting, we will be featuring a session to share a few more details about the agenda. The session this week is “Public Information and Communications during Extremes.” We will learn … More Featured Session: Public Information and Communication during Extremes

SAVE THE DATE!!!

Save the Date!!   The Southeast & Caribbean Climate Community of Practice is planning another in-person meeting!   April 24-26, 2017 Charleston, SC On the heels of a successful in-person meeting held April 13-15, 2016 on Tybee Island, GA, the CCoP is planning another opportunity for community members, extension professionals, and scientists within the region to come together … More SAVE THE DATE!!!