We’re looking for a new Project Lead at Studio30k for a variety of climate or science projects with diverse clients. This is a part-time position initially, but may well lead to a full-time position. Click on this item to see the full position description to see if you might be a good fit!Read More
We’re looking forward to the release of the 4th US National Climate Assessment. It won’t be ready for release for a few months yet, but it has cleared all the review hurdles so far, and we understand it’s on track. We helped with Volume I of the report: The Climate Science Special Report, that came out last December.
The American Society of Landscape Architects just released a new report on Climate Change and Resilience. We’re diving into that this week.Read More
Global Climate Action Summit, Sept 10-11, 2018: San Francisco, CA
Carolinas Resilience Conference, Sept 17-19, 2018: Columbia, SC
American Geophysical Union Conference, Dec 2018: Washington DC
American Meteorological Society Meeting, Jan 6-10, 2019: Phoenix AZ
National Council for Science and the Environment, Jan 19, 2019: Washington DCRead More
We held a successful invitation-only ‘infrastructure event’ at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco, CA, September 10-11, 2018.
We co-led, through the ‘Science to Action Community’, an official side event at the summit on creating climate-smart design and building principles for use by the architecture, engineering, and infrastructure communities. The participants are now reviewing some ‘principles’ for designing for a changing climate
We also took part in the official Science to Action day on Sept 11th. We presented some results of the NY State-led climate advisory report, and discussed an emerging climate assessment consortium.
The Independent Advisory Committee on Applied Climate Assessment just completed an initial review of its findings. Next step, a full publication review. We are the Secretariat for the committee, which is commissioned by NY State, in partnership with Columbia University and the American Meteorological Society.Read More