The U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit is a joint effort of several federal agencies to provide scientific tools, information, and expertise to help people manage climate-related risks and opportunities, and improve their resilience to extreme events. The main Web page for the Toolkit is http://toolkit.climate.gov/. At that site, the “Topics” tab (http://toolkit.climate.gov/#topics) provides access to sources of information on how climate change can impact particular regions or sectors of the United States; the current topic areas (as of 9/7/16) are the following: Arctic, Built Environment, Coasts, Ecosystems, Energy, Food, Health, Marine, Transportation, Tribal Nations, and Water.
- Draft Regulation on Reducing Carbon Emissions by Electricity-generating Plants in Virginia Approved Nov. 16, 2017, by Air Pollution Control Board
- Virginia Water-related Government Meetings for Nov. 17-Nov. 29, 2017
- Virginia Precipitation and Stream Flow for the 7-day Period Ending November 13, 2017, Plus an Overview of Flooding Nationwide and a Mid-Month Drought Assessment
- Proper Well Abandonment is Well Worth Discussing on the 30th Anniversary in 2017 of “Baby Jessica” in Texas
- The Challenges of Wave Energy – An Overview on the Nov. 12, 2017, PBS NewsHour