Climate Central - Local Impact Tools

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Climate Central offers a toolbox of climate communication tools available to climate advocates including Climate Matters, WeatherPower, Sea Level Rise, and Realtime Climate, all of which provide timely, personalized alerts on climate impacts & solutions – for every community in the U.S.

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Usage Instructions

Social science research reminds us of the importance of tying the impacts of climate change to our local communities. As a result, each of the following resources offered by Climate Central help community members and climate advocates make this essential connection.

Click on the links below to be taken directly to the corresponding tool on Climate Central's website:

To learn more how to use these tools and how to incorporate them into your climate advocacy, watch this tutorial (35m 18s) with Climate Central’s Karen Florini.



More about States At Risk: Climate Central's States At Risk project is aimed at showing how Americans in all 50 states are experiencing the impacts of climate change. States at Risk Resource provides state-level assessments, reports, and interactive graphics related to extreme heat, drought, wildfires, inland flooding and more. This resource page provides a link to the website along with a video of James Bronzan, Climate Central's Research Analyst, demonstrating how to use these resources. The States At Risk Tool from Climate Central, helps advocates make this essential connection.

To learn how to use this tool and to incorporate it into your climate advocacy, watch this tutorial (11m 07s) with James Bronzan, Climate Central's Research Analyst. For assistance with the tool or any of its reporting, please email James Bronzan:
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