[pccgrads] FW: National Climate Assessment NW workshop Mar 21 & 23

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Wed Mar 8 09:37:58 PST 2017

Registration is now open for the March 21 (Portland) & March 23 (Boise)
regional engagement workshops for the 4th National Climate Assessment. The
workshops are an opportunity to provide input regarding climate change
impacts on Northwest sectors, livelihoods, and landscapes. You can
participate in the workshops in person or online. See the attachments and
below for more details.

Lara Whitely Binder

Lara Whitely Binder
Senior Strategist
Climate Impacts Group | University of Washington
(ph) 206.616.5349 | lwb123 at uw.edu | cig.uw.edu
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-----Original Message-----
From: Phil Mote [mailto:pmote at coas.oregonstate.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2017 8:25 PM
To: Philip Mote <pmote at coas.oregonstate.edu>
Subject: National Climate Assessment NW workshop Mar 21 & 23

Registration is now open.


There are four participation options:
(a) in person, Portland March 21
(b) online with the Portland meeting, March 21
(c) in person, Boise March 23
(d) online with the Boise meeting, March 23

These Northwest Regional Engagement Workshops are an excellent opportunity
to provide early and timely input to the NCA4 development process about the
ways in which climate change is important to sectors, livelihoods, and
landscapes of value to society in the Northwest. For the purposes of NCA4,
the Northwest region includes Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.

The objective of the Regional Engagement Workshop is to gain input from a
broad array of regional stakeholders to inform the development of the
Northwest (and related) chapter(s) of NCA4 to ensure that the final product
is both scientifically sound and beneficial to the community. Building upon
the success of NCA3, we're interested to hear about how climate-related
concerns can be or are being addressed throughout the region. We have
particular interest in gathering input that addresses topics raised in
public comments received last summer (e.g., case studies, populations of
concern, adaptation considerations, etc.).

Attached are the draft agendas for Portland and Boise. If you prefer to
participate online, the remote participation will be available until noon.
There will be a capability to take comments.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Chris Avery at
cavery at usgcrp.gov and Susan Aragon-Long at saragonlong at usgcrp.gov.

Philip Mote (Northwest Chapter Lead)
Charlie Luce (Northwest Coordinating Lead Author)

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