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10.4.2021

SCIPP Begins Fourth Consecutive Phase of the Program Under New Director Rachel Riley


After positive news of the Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program’s $5.4 million award, the program continues its research endeavors with a new leader at the helm.

Rachel Riley is the new Director of the Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program at the University of Oklahoma. Previously, she was SCIPP’s Deputy Director. She has over a decade of experience co-producing useful and usable research and information that helps communities…

Southern Climate Monitor
Fall 2021

SCIPP Monitor Fall 2021

Highlights of Fall 2021

  • SCIPP Awarded NOAA Funding To Continue Work Over Next Five Years, Begins Phase IV Under New Director Rachel Riley
  • Publication: An Evaluation of the Utility of a Decision-Maker-Driven Climate Hazard Assessment Tool
  • SCIPP Collaborates with Artists and Educators to Produce Theatrical Production on Local Climate Change Impacts in Gentilly, NOLA
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Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program
University of Oklahoma
120 David L. Boren Blvd., Suite 2900
Norman, OK 73072-7305

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Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program
Louisiana State University
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Baton Rouge, LA 70803