Climate Change Education Interagency Working Group. FY 2008 Potential Increase Funding and the Need for a Coordinating Interagency Education Working Group. Frank Niepold National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Climate Program Office, Washington, D.C., USA. Current Status.
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FY 2008 Potential Increase Funding and the Need for a Coordinating Interagency Education Working Group
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Climate Program Office,
Washington, D.C., USA
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“The CCSP acknowledges that in seeking to strengthen its ongoing communications with diverse constituencies— ranging from international, national, and regional policymakers to academic researchers, adaptive management technical experts, the media, and concerned citizens—it faces the challenges of constrained resources and institutional fragmentation. CCSP’s ongoing communications efforts will build on existing resources and explore new communications and information-sharing opportunities.”
Strategic Plan for the U.S. Climate Change Science Program, 2003
As education and support for climate literacy continue to increase in importance to our society, members of the Climate Change Education Interagency Working Group will serve an important role in helping direct CCSP’s efforts along the right path.