Policy Program

Research to Operations Survey
Research to Operations Survey

This eight question survey is designed to solicit feedback based on your professional experience of how the research-to-operations process works within the weather, water, and climate community

Coastal Flooding: Science, Risk Communication, and Response
Coastal Flooding: Science, Risk Communication, and Response

Capitol Hill Briefing

March 11th, 2015
4:00-5:30pm
Room SVC 215, Capitol Visitor's Center

The briefing will explore the science of coastal flooding, risk communication strategies, and mitigation options to lessen damages from recurrent flooding and extreme events.

Climate Change Risk Management
Climate Change Risk Management

This study identifies potential policy responses to climate change and explores their strengths and weaknesses.

 

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A Conceptual Tool for Climate Change Risk Assessment
A Conceptual Tool for Climate Change Risk Assessment

We develop a new conceptual tool to explore the potential societal consequences of climate change.

 

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or

 

About the Policy Program:

The Policy Program promotes understanding and use of science and services relating to weather, water, and climate. Our goal is to help the nation, and the world, avoid risks and realize opportunities associated with the Earth system.

 

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Whether you're new to the policy process or looking to brush up we can help you figure out the landscape.

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Get Involved

If you're looking for opportunities to engage the policy process, we've got a few opportunities to help get you on your way.

Stay Informed

Keep up on the latest policy developments and activities though our studies, Hill briefings, and engagement activities. 

 

News and Announcements

Research to Operations Survey
Research to Operations Survey

This eight question survey is designed to solicit feedback based on your professional experience of how the research-to-operations process works within the weather, water, and climate community

Coastal Flooding: Science, Risk Communication, and Response
Coastal Flooding: Science, Risk Communication, and Response

Capitol Hill Briefing

March 11th, 2015
4:00-5:30pm
Room SVC 215, Capitol Visitor's Center

The briefing will explore the science of coastal flooding, risk communication strategies, and mitigation options to lessen damages from recurrent flooding and extreme events.

Climate Change Risk Management
Climate Change Risk Management

This study identifies potential policy responses to climate change and explores their strengths and weaknesses.

 

Download Report

 

 

A Conceptual Tool for Climate Change Risk Assessment
A Conceptual Tool for Climate Change Risk Assessment

We develop a new conceptual tool to explore the potential societal consequences of climate change.

 

Download the PDF

or