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ECCN News – April 2021

It’s your once a month round-up of climate news you may have missed. 

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Announcements

New Blog Post: 

A Figure is Worth a Thousand Words – The Power of Data Visualization

Postdoc researcher Toni Klemm tackles different types of data visualisation in our latest ECCN blog post. How can data be used to communicate science to different audiences?

Interested in sharing your own research or scicom expertise? 

We are accepting guest authors from the early career climate community for our blog. Topics include: 

Science and research: write a concise, broad-audience summary of a recent project 

Communicating on climate: share your approach to science communication and engagement

Early career: describe something impactful in your career development 

To be considered, send us an email at earlycareerclimate@gmail.com with a sentence or two about your ideas. 

 

Seminars, Webinars, Lectures & Resources

Working Toward Climate Equity: The Case for a Federal Climate Service

Wednesday, April 21, 11am Eastern

The Subcommittee for Environment will be holding a hearing on Working Toward Climate Equity. 

 

Climate Change Research in the News

New tool could build trust for Delta climate adaptation plans 

AgriPulse, March 2021

A new modeling tool in the West Coast’s Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta region will calculate the impacts of proposed plans from interest groups in agriculture, fisheries, and other areas at the same time. 

 

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