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Climate change will expose human vulnerability, test human resilience, but highlight human intelligence.

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Environmental Literacy Grants Program (ELG) Last Updated on 2014-10-30 13:24:06 Since its inception in 2005, twelve Environmental Literacy Grant (ELG) funding opportunities have been issued. The ELG program typically offers funding opportunities on an annual basis with award amounts ranging from $200,000 to $1.5 million. Eligible organizations can apply for ELG funding opportunities via www.grants.gov. For information about current and former ELG awards, visit the "Awards" tab. You can also subscribe to our mailing list by sending an email to oed.grants@noaa.gov, or contact the Office of Education Grants Team at 202-482-0793. More »
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Our Changing Planet: The U.S. Global Change Research Program for Fiscal Year 2015 Last Updated on 2014-10-24 13:07:55 The Fiscal Year 2015 edition of Our Changing Planet, USGCRP's annual report to Congress, includes an overview of the USGCRP research enterprise and recent highlights that illustrate how the Program is meeting the mandate of the Global Change Research Act of 1990 and fulfilling the 2012-2021 Strategic Plan. From collecting satellite observations and modeling near-term climate, to supporting adaptation in the Federal Government and building skills among informal educators, to delivering the National Climate Assessment and sustaining the Nation's assessment capacity, this plain-language report demonstrates USGCRP's reach across the spectrum of research, decision support, education, and communication. Click here to read more http://www.globalchange.gov/browse/reports/our-changing-planet-FY-2015 More »
Winter heating: US energy is booming. But can it heat your home? Last Updated on 2014-10-23 10:41:41 An energy boom is only as useful as its ability to transport the energy to the homes, businesses, and industries that need it for heating and other purposes. Will pipeline constraints and crowded US rails make for another winter heating season of too much cold, not enough fuel? Click here to read more More »