UW affiliated researchers appointed to co-author IPCC Sixth Assessment Report
Four researchers spread out across the greater University of Washington area are among the 721 experts invited to participate as lead authors and editors in the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report (AR6).
Two PCC board members, Kyle Armour, an assistant professor of oceanography and atmospheric sciences, and Kristie Ebi, a professor of global health and environmental and occupational health sciences were selected to help write the AR6.
Looking back at “Using past observations to constrain future climate variability and change” the inaugural mini-symposium
The Program on Climate Change hosted its inaugural “mini-symposium” at the UW Waterfront Activity Center on February 8-9, 2018. Exploring the theme of “Using past observations to constrain future climate variability and change”, the mini-symposium brought together a wide range of participants and speakers, including from the School of Oceanography, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Department of Earth and Space Sciences, the Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, the Applied Physics Lab, and the NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory.Read more
PCC members help connect the dots on climate change through an influential and lasting GCeCS capstone
Studying climate change is not always about the science. The science, however, does lay the foundation for adapting to and mitigating climate change. An example of this relationship was shown no better than in a recent presentation given by a few PCC members.