Climate Information for Managing Risks: Partnerships and Solutions for Agriculture and Natural Resources

Pre-Symposium Workshop May 23-24, 2011

Open Source AgroClimate-based Systems for
Climate Risk Management

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Last updated: 06/23/2011


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Who Should Participate

Anyone concerned with or interested in the applications of climate information at local and regional levels to manage risks, including:
  • Research, teaching, and extension faculty, administrators, staff, and students, including those participating in Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments Centers (RISAs), climate centers, and others involved with improving the use of climate information for agriculture and natural resource management.

  • Representatives from federal, state, and local agencies conducting climate research or offering climate services, such as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), US Department of Agriculture (USDA), the National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA), the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the US Geological Survey (USGS), state departments of environmental protection, state departments of agriculture, and water management districts.

  • Non-governmental and private-voluntary organizations (NGOs and PVOs) such as Federation of Southern Cooperatives, Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI), Sustainable Agriculture Working Group (SAWG), and others.

  • Intermediaries or representatives of potential climate information users from the private sector, for example, state Farm Bureaus, crop consultants, commodity associations, producer organizations, environmental consulting firms, agricultural and natural resources media, and others.

  • Land planners, developers, environmental consultants and others engaged in managing or setting policy for changes in land use and land cover.

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