CCIS Webinar #7 Understanding Climate Change Impacts to Inform Climate Interventions Strategies - 8/6

Dear Colleagues, We would like to invite you to join the seventh webinar of the Community Climate Intervention Strategies Project Webinar Series, Understanding Climate Change Impacts to Inform Climate Interventions Strategies on Thursday, August 6th from 9-11am MDT (GMT - 6). The agenda is as follows:

Roy Rasmussen (NCAR): “Recent improvements in the simulation of high-impact events using convective-permitting models”

Andy Parker (SRMGI): “Lessons from the DECIMALS Fund - the world’s first SRM modelling fund for developing countries"

Jessica Gurevitch (Stony Brook University): “Potential ecological risks and impacts of solar radiation modification and why you should pay attention to this” You can register for webinar #7 through Zoom here.

Government or other entity staff not using Zoom in an official capacity can join us on your personal device, or dial in using the phone numbers listed in your registration confirmation - presentation slides and a YouTube livestream link will be shared via email and on the webinars website prior to the meeting so dial-in participants can follow along. If you missed the previous webinar on Communication, Education and Outreach, or would like to review any other project information, webinar video recordings, written summaries and the upcoming schedule are available on our webpage. Best regards, the CCIS Workshop Organizing Committee

Announcement Timing: 
Wednesday, July 29, 2020 to Thursday, August 6, 2020
Calendar Timing: 
Thursday, August 6, 2020 - 9:00am to 11:00am MDT

Posted by Auliya McCauley-Hartner at ext. 4978303, hartner@ucar.edu

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