ACCAP is collaborating with the World Climate Service, a provider of seasonal and sub-seasonal climate forecasts.
Climate adaptation websites
These groups work on important Alaska climate-related issues, and collaborate with ACCAP researchers.
Major climate reports
These publications provide a global sense of the challenges presented by a changing climate. ACCAP personnel have contributed to some of these reports.
Thinking "Another climate report, so what?" please check out the linked explanation from our host organization, the International Arctic Research Center, which is insightful and helpful in explaining the national and international level climate reports.
National Climate Assessment
Summarizes the impacts of climate change on the United States, now and in the future. Hundreds of people—scientists, members of the National Academy of Sciences, a federal advisory committee, and members of the public—collaborated to create the report. Explore the NCA
Arctic Report Card
Tracks recent environmental changes relative to historic records. Written for scientists, teachers, students, decision-makers, and anyone interested in the Arctic environment and science. See the latest Report Card
Arctic Council Monitoring & Assessment
Reports detail the status of the Arctic in terms of climate and pollution issues, and also include policy-relevant, science-based advice to the Arctic Council and governments. Go to AMAP Reports