ICF will support USGCRP in delivering on its mandate to integrate and coordinate research, assessments, education and communications across USGCRP's 13 participating departments and agencies. The program addresses not only climate change, but other global-scale issues including changes in land productivity, water resources, atmospheric chemistry and ecological systems.
This work will also include the development and release of the Fifth National Climate Assessment, the gold-standard for describing the science of climate change and its impacts across the
"As the impacts of climate and other environmental changes increasingly affect people, organizations and ecosystems, USGCRP's work is more important than ever," said Anne Choate, ICF senior vice president and energy, environment and infrastructure lead. "Science-based decision-making, informed by the work of USGCRP agencies, is essential in mitigating and adapting to climate change. We are proud to continue to play a key role in advancing understanding and action around this critical issue."
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