Happy New Year!!
January 2016 Events:
20-21 Jan: Florida Reef Resilience Program’s 10-Year Anniversary Symposium, Hollywood, FL.
19-21 Jan: The Food-Energy-Water Nexus, Washington DC (use code SSF2016 for 15% off registration!)
Items of Interest
The Southeast and Caribbean Climate Community of Practice has a new website! Visit https://seacccop.wordpress.com/ to stay up-to-date on activities of the CCoP, including the upcoming April meeting.
The Gulf Coast Vulnerability Assessment, evaluating the effects of climate change, sea level rise, and urbanization on four Gulf Coast ecosystems and their species, has been released. Learn more.
States at Risk put out an interactive map of how well each state has prepared for various problems related to climate change; of particular interest is the “Coastal Flooding” map. Learn more.
The Northwest Climate Science Center posts a monthly digest about emerging information in climate science, upcoming events, and training opportunities. Learn more.
Are you or do you know a graduate student interested in making a difference in climate science through teaching and training? Learn more.
The EPA hosts a podcast series on climate and energy, with topics ranging from clean energy jobs to working with local governments. Learn more.
9-11 Feb, 2016: 2016 Social Coast Forum: Social Science for Coastal Decision-Making. Charleston, South Carolina. Learn more.
4-6 April, 2016: Local Solutions: Eastern Regional Climate Change Preparedness Conference. Learn more.
12-13 April, 2016: South Atlantic Living Shorelines Summit. Jacksonville, FL. Additional information coming next month.
13-15 April, 2016: Southeast and Caribbean Climate Community of Practice meeting. Tybee Island, GA. Additional information coming next month.
18-22 April, 2016: 6th National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration (NCER). Coral Springs, FL. Learn more.
18-22 July, 2016: Mangroves and Macrobenthos Meeting, St. Augustine, FL.