Policy Program studies and analysis expand the knowledge base on which societal decisions rest.
Save the date: Workshops on Opportunities and Needs in Integrated Water Prediction, Risk Assessment, and Management for Coastal Resilience
September 27-28, 2016: East Coast and Great Lakes
October 18-19, 2016: West Coast and Gulf Coast
Understanding the water landscape of the United States: A review of science and policy recommendation
Analysis of President Obama's budget request
March 31, 2015
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
This study identifies potential policy responses to climate change and explores their strengths and weaknesses.
Climate Change is a complex and contentious public issue, but the risk-management options available to us are straightforward and have well-characterized strengths and weaknesses, as described in this article in Physics Today.
A risk management framework to increase the resilience of healthcare facilities and services to high-impact weather events.
Download the report
The implications of climate variability and change on near-term financial investments.
A new approach to carbon pricing that emphasizes climate protection in all cases.
Analysis of the President's priorities for climate science in FY-2014.
Earth observations, science, and services (OSS) are part of our critical infrastructure – a national asset that, if lost or degraded, will not meet future societal needs that span the whole of the national agenda.
Carbon Cycle Uncertainty Increases Climate Change Risks and Mitigation Challenges
Vulnerability and resillience of Global Positioning System (GPS) in the face of space weather.
Vulnerabilities to hospitals and to healthcare continuity from severe weather events.
The advantages, disadvantages, design pricinples, and remaining needs for carbon fees.
The impact of space weather on aviation safety, economics, and operations.
Challenges and opportunities in the design and implementation of a global earth observing system.
To respond effectively to climate predictions that involve significant seasonal variations, governments also require appropriate policies governing public and private decisions – at the local, national, and international levels.