Climate Change in 2009 : Global Changes . . . Local Impacts

Tuesday April 21, 2009 at 7:00 pm

Climate Change: Impacts on National Security

Presented by: Scott Hausman, Lt Col, PhD, USAF, Commander, 14th Weather Squadron

Location: Diana Wortham Theatre at Pack Place, Asheville, NC


Tuesday June 2, 2009 at 7:00 pm

Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States:

A Unified Synthesis of the US Climate Change Science Program

Presented by: Thomas Karl, L.H.D., Director, NOAA's National Climatic Data Center & NOAA's Climate Services Lead


March 17, 2009 presentation by Rick Borchelt: Can You Hear Me If I Just Yell A Little Louder? Hope, Hype, and Communicating Climate Change - see home page for resources related to the presentation

Climate Change in 2008: Past, Present and Future (Click to Open)

Climate Change (2007) (Click to Open)

On April 15, 2008 7:00 pm What does Climate Change Mean for the Future?
Challenges to our water systems and infrastructures- A panel discussion
Experts focus on key elements of our nation’s infrastructure. How will climate change and climate variability impact our nation in the future?
Panel members:
Micheal Shore FLS Energy
John Harrison-Association of State Dam Safety Officials
Anne Waple, PhD - Climate Scientist at NCDC
Dave Campbell - Association of Dam Safety Officials

On February 12, 2008 7:00 pm Anne Waple, PhD presentated a talk on The State of Our Climate: An Overview of the Research Findings and Projections of Climate Change

On January 15, 2008 7:00 pm Thomas C. Peterson, PhD presentated a talk on The Myth of the 1970's Global Cooling Consensus: The Evolution Of Integrated Climate Change Science

Talk was NOAA's Climate Database Modernization Program (CDMP) Overview and Data Rescue Projects
TIME: 5:30 PM
Place: Room 400 - Federal Building, 151 Pattion Ave, Asheville, NC
Date: 14 June 2007

Three talks on Climate Change hosted by the Asheville Chapter of the American Meteorological Society will be held at the Folk Art Center Auditorium 3-4:00pm.

Feb 15, March 22, and April 19


February 15, 2007 3-4:00

"Climate Change 101: a Primer on Understanding Climate Change”

by Thomas C. Peterson, PhD, a nationally known research meteorologist at NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) and a lead author on the U.S. Climate Change Science Panel Synthesis and Assessment Product on Weather and Climate Extremes in a Changing Climate.



March 22, 2007 3-4:00

“Abrupt Climate Change: a Paleo Perspective”

By David M. Anderson, PhD, a nationally known paleo-climatologist from Boulder, Colorado and 2006 recipient of Arthur Fleming Award for excellence in federal service will present his work in understanding future abrupt climate changes driven by the combined influence of natural variability and human influences.




April 19, 2007 3-4:00

“The U.S. Climate Change Science Program: the Latest Viewpoint”

By Thomas R. Karl, PhD, the director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Climatic Data Center, and internationally renowned expert, will present the latest finding of the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change.