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Artist’s concept of Earth drawn from data from multiple satellite missions and created by a team of NASA scientists and graphic artists. (Credit: NASA Images by Reto Stöckli, based on data from NASA And NOAA)

NASA joined more than 20 federal agencies in releasing its updated Climate Adaptation Plan, helping expand the Biden-Harris Administration’s efforts to make federal operations increasingly resilient to the impacts of climate change for the benefit of all. 

The updated plans advance the administration’s National Climate Resilience Framework, which helps align climate resilience investments across the public and private sectors through common principles and opportunities. 

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