New Indiana Climate Newsletter

The Indiana State Climate Office (IN-SCO) hosted a climate services summit in early June 2021. During that 2-day summit, multiple state and regional climate services partners showcased free online climate tools and resources for the public that can improve decision making, planning, and awareness of climate and its impacts. As you can imagine, there was a lot of information presented! Therefore, a request was made to find a way to deliver this type of content in smaller doses, across a longer period of time, and to an increasingly growing audience. Therefore, the IN-SCO has launched the quarterly climate newsletter, Climate INformer, to highlight key climate services partners, share relevant climate tools, provide climate outlooks for the next few months, pass along interesting climate facts and explanations, and promote upcoming climate-relevant events. There is a link within the newsletter to subscribe, if you would like to join the mailing list.

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