Newsletter of WHRC

Previous years are found below.

December 2016 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – December 2016
It begins badly
Brazilian government gives WHRC research station national status
Biomass energy legislation dies in congress
Accolades for Senior Scientist Rich Birdsey
IPCC nominates R.A. Houghton to help plan special report
National Academy of Sciences names Phil Duffy to review committee
Helen Spaulding, 1928 – 2016
WHRC panel on post-election climate landscape
WHRC in the news
Help by making your voice heard

November 2016 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – November 2016
How can we make progress on climate change in the Trump era?
COP22 in Marrakech: Stepping forward on climate change
WHRC welcomes Senior Scientist Linda Deegan
WHRC joins implementation of New York Declaration on Forests
WHRC holds Science Policy Exchange meeting
WHRC meets with Congo Basin Forest Partnership
WHRC event on 2016 election and COP22: What’s next for climate change?
WHRC in the news

October 2016 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – October 2016
Moving past gridlock towards climate solutions
President Obama’s climate change focus prompts arctic science events
WHRC attends Arctic Circle Assembly
Sensing respiration during the dark arctic winter
Projet Equateur holds workshop on REDD+
Broad new Amazon project to cover education, capacity building and policy
WHRC in the news

September 2016 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – September 2016
Forest bioenergy: How “clean” is it?
Saving Species While Mitigating Climate Change
Graduate students present Amazon policy recommendations to Brazilian officials
Coping with scarcities in Mbandaka, DRC/span>
Turbine milestone
Next steps for Goetz and Jantz
WHRC in the news
Many ways to support climate change research

August 2016 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – August 2016
Anthrax from permafrost? What’s next?
WHRC studies potential climate impact of Siberian permafrost
New partners, plants, and plans for Projet Équateur
Fire research in the Amazon and the impact of drought
WHRC welcomes new staff – including distinguished Forest Service scientist
From Texas and UMass, interns at WHRC study carbon
EPA official says some climate progress is locked in
WHRC brings science to the kids
WHRC in the news, upcoming event

July 2016 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – July 2016
Two Apollo Programs
WHRC named world’s top climate think tank for 3rd straight year
Dr. Christopher Neill joins the staff of WHRC
WHRC scientists study effects of arctic fire in Yukon
WHRC’s green campus and the Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative
Diversity partnership students receive biomass training at WHRC
New research grants place increased focus on the Arctic
WHRC scientists contribute to ‘wildlands’ book
WHRC in the news, upcoming events




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