On April 20, Ned Gardiner, PhD of the Climate Program Office gave an introduction to climate science, climate change, and how the Steps to Resilience can help state governments during a 1-hour plenary talk at ResCon in New Orleans, co-hosted by the National Governors' Association.
For more information, contact Ned Gardiner.
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