Understanding Climate Science and Predictions

Climate researchers and experts from across the globe have come together to better understand climate change and what we can do to mitigate impacts and adapt to the extreme weather.

Find reports and resources from international and local experts to learn more about the science and predictions of climate change.

Wisconsin Initiative for Climate Change Impacts (WICCI)

The Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts (WICCI) is a statewide collaboration of scientists and stakeholders formed as a partnership between UW-Madison’s Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. WICCI’s goals are to evaluate climate change impacts on Wisconsin and foster solutions.

Find state weather trends and prediction maps, adaptation strategies, and tools for communicating and planning in your county.

View the 2021 report update at: wicci.wisc.edu/

State Report from Governor's Task Force on Climate Change

Climate experts, community leaders, and impacted stakeholders from across Wisconsin joined the Governor's Task Force to understand how the climate impacts communities.

Find Wisconsin specific emission reports, how communities are affected, and strategies to mitigate climate impacts.

Read the report at: climatechange.wi.gov/

International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

The International Panel on Climate Change is the United Nations body for assessing the science of climate change.

Learn more about their findings, methodology, and global implications in their sixth report released in 2022.

Learn more at the IPCC website: ipcc.ch/

What will the climate look like in 60 years?

Use this University of Maryland interactive application to learn what your community might feel like in 60 years.


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