The National Climate Assessment is a key resource for understanding and communicating climate change science and its effects across the United States. Its findings influence federal science priorities as well as guide engineers, citizens, communities, and businesses to create more sustainable and environmentally sound plans for the nation's future. Through Feb. 15, civil engineers have an opportunity to review the draft 2014 assessment. You will get an advance look at its findings and be able to make recommendations for its improvement, including any additional research needed. Find out how and where you can act now to offer your input on this influential federal report.
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