Free Webinar: Connecting the Dots Between Climate Change and Extreme Weather

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Free Webinar: Connecting the Dots Between Climate Change and Extreme Weather

November 13, 2018 1:00 pm | Online Webinar


Join B4B Networking Partner, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) for this Free Webinar: Connecting the Dots Between Climate Change and Extreme Weather

November 13, 2018
1–2:30 p.m. ET

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2018 has been an active year for wildfires, hurricanes, severe storms, and other costly extreme weather events in the United States. This webinar will explain the role of climate change in exacerbating extreme weather. The webinar will focus on observations of current climate change indicators, the economic impacts of recent extreme weather events, and new scientific methods for understanding the role that climate change has in intensifying extreme weather.

Speakers

Derek “Deke” Arndt, Monitoring Branch Chief, National Centers for Environmental Information, NOAA

Michael Wehner, Senior Staff Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Moderator: Ashley Lawson, Senior Solutions Fellow for Policy & Resilience, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions

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