It's been a while since we shared daily activities from the GLOBE U.S. Coordination Office! We've had a busy fall, winter and spring. Now that summer is upon us, things are slowing down and we have some time again to give you an update. CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES … WITH DEADLINES! · We are planning the 2023 North American Regional Meeting. A virtual session will be held 01-03 November. We are again planning to hold in-person professional development for Partners as a component of NARM. Stay tuned to see when and where they are! · With support from the GLOBE Implementation Office ...
The GLOBE Program supports and encourages climate-focused activities that allow participants to look at the Earth as a system and the interconnectedness of the four GLOBE spheres: Atmosphere, Biosphere, Hydrosphere and Pedosphere. A way that many GLOBE regions and countries, including the GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO), support climate-focused activities and data collection is through the creation and implementation of GLOBE Campaigns, Intensive Observation Periods (IOPs), Data Challenges and other initiatives. Earth Day is another way that the GLOBE community celebrates the ...
Update from the Evaluation Working Group from Dr. Eleanor Jaffee (North American Representative): At our January 2023 meeting: We welcomed our new LAC member, Marta Kingsland. She is the Country Coordinator for Argentina and was previously the Chair of the Education Working Group, among other roles in her extensive experience working with GLOBE. We also had the opportunity to meet the GIO’s new Community Engagement Coordinator, Karl C. Clarke. Tony Murphy joined us to discuss updating our Terms of Reference. The terms are 10 years old now, and with a comprehensive evaluation ...