News and Opportunities

(Unless otherwise noted, all news pieces were written by Gyami Shrestha.)

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August, 2023

*** Note, if you applied for this award in Phase 1 or 2 but were not selected for the award or did not receive a selection notification, you may submit a new application to the Phase 3 announcement. 

Carbon Cycle Science Program and North American Carbon Program logos 

U.S. Carbon Program Leadership Award for North American Carbon Science Community Engagement, Communication and Collaborations


September, 2022

Call for Papers for “Quantifying Nature-based Climate Solutions”

Submissions Open: 1 August 2022
Submission Deadline: 31 March 2024

Special Collection Organizers:
Benjamin Runkle, University of Arkansas
Susanne Wiesner, University of Wisconsin
Stefan Metzger, Battelle, National Ecological Observatory Network
Kimberly Novick, Indiana University

We have selected additional awardees for the USCarbonProgram-NACP Leadership Awards. Congratulations to all the US Carbon Leadership Award Winners!

In 2021, we established this Leadership Award to support of the North American carbon cycle community’s engagement, communication and collaboration opportunities. This award activity is aimed at advancing our broader diversity, equity, inclusivity, accessibility and justice goals which are essential for fulfilling our national and global science priorities.


We will be organizing sessions focused on Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) (two oral sessions, one e-poster session and one poster session) and one town hall during the upcoming December 2022 Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU). See you there!

AGU Session

Announcing the NACP – US Carbon Cycle ScienceProgram Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) Academy 

October - December 2022

Registration is open for the virtual America’s component of the 4th Carbon from Space workshop that will take place October 25-28th, 2022 (

July, 2022


U.S. Carbon Program Leadership Award Winners


U.S. Carbon Program/NACP Community Workshop on Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR)