IAG's Jacki Johnson Speaks at IAG ECEP Workshop ECEP Southern Hemisphere Workshop Report Jun 26, 2017 Read about the highlights from the 2017 IAG-ECEP Southern Hemisphere Workshop in the workshop report. 
Cindy Bruyère Briefs SD School of Mines & Tech on GRRIT Apr 12, 2017 C3WE's Deputry Director Cindy Bruyere discusses "science you can use" in an invited talk to students and faculty at South Dakota's School of Mines & Technology.
Who cares if it's climate change? This guy wants action Feb 10, 2017 John Fialka, E&E News reporter
Why the worst drought in U.S. history was a 'climate surprise' Feb 9, 2017 by John Fialka, E&E News reporter
Winter 2016 C3WE Newsletter Jan 13, 2017 The latest edition of the C3WE newsletter, which features news and research highlights from the C3WE team and our partners, is now available. 
Extreme Downpours Likely to Increase by End of the Century says Study led by C3WE Researcher Andreas Prein Jan 5, 2017 At century's end, the number of summertime storms that produce extreme downpours could increase by more than 400 percent across parts of the United States—including sections of the Gulf Coast, Atlantic Coast, and the Southwest—according to a new study by Andy Prein and co-authors, Roy Rasmussen, Changhai Liu, and Kyoko Ikeda.
NSF Awards 2-year Grant to Apply Indigenous & Western Knowledge to Environmental Problems Nov 7, 2016 C3WE'S Rising Voices will participate in a project that brings together Native American researchers, students, and community members in partnership with Western science organizations to help shape mutually beneficial research projects as part of a two-year National Science Foundation grant awarded recently to the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.
Debasish PaiMazumder Interview on Flash Droughts Oct 20, 2016 Denver's Channel 9 News interviews Debasish PaiMazumder about his recently published work on predicting flash droughts.
Effects of Climate Change on National Security Oct 11, 2016 Focus on climate change by U.S. leaders in this election cycle needs more attention paid to the effects of changing climate, writes David Titley, a professor of practice in meteorology and director of the Center for Solutions to Weather and Climate Risk, C3WE advisory panel member, and adjunct senior fellow at the Center for New American Security at Pennsylvania State University. 
Notes from a hot planet Oct 10, 2016 Steve Maleski, in a story for the Rutland Herald, quotes from a 2014 paper by Greg Holland and Cindy Bruyere on the response of hurricane intensity under a changing climate. The paper found “a strong signal in proportions of both weaker and stronger hurricanes.


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