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The NIMS is the essential foundation to the National Preparedness System (NPS) and provides the template for the management of incidents and operations in support of all five National Planning Frameworks. Use the images below for direct links to all pages within the NIMS website. The purpose of the NIMS is to provide a common approach for managing incidents. Incidents typically begin and end locally, and they are managed daily at the lowest possible geographical, organizational, and jurisdictional level. Training: The NIMS Training Program defines the national NIMS training program. King County - Cities Climate Collaboration. King County and the cities of Issaquah, Kirkland, Mercer Island, Redmond, Renton, Seattle, Shoreline, Snoqualmie, and Tukwila are collaborating through the King County-Cities Climate Collaboration (K4C) — a partnership between the County and these cities to coordinate and enhance the effectiveness of local government climate and sustainability efforts.

Through the King County-Cities Climate Collaboration, county and city staff are collaborating on: All King County cities are encouraged to join into this effort, which is supporting and enhancing projects and programs in focus areas such as green building, using and producing renewable energy, sustainability outreach and education, and alternative transportation. King County-Cities Climate Collaboration – founding cities K4C Recent Accomplishments Examples of recent activities of the Collaboration are outlined here: Calendar of Trainings, Workshops, and Educational Opportunities Inventory of Climate & Sustainability Projects Pod Trainings. King County - Climate Change.

Forestry Climate Preparedness and Response Website King County unveils a new online resource for King County landowners and others interested in the relationship between climate change and forests. Learn how climate change could impact your forest and discover solutions for your property. Impacts of Climate Change King County faces its own set of challenges related to climate change. This updated section presents known impacts to the environment, human health and the economy resulting from climate change in King County. Learn more specifics of how climate change has an impact on the people and the environment around you.

Localize Sustainability Localize Sustainability provides King County residents with unique, local insights on their most beneficial sustainability actions — in terms of saving money, living healthier, and shrinking environmental footprint. Greenhouse Gas Emissions in King County (published February 2012) 2012 King County Strategic Climate Action Plan Multimedia and Videos. King County - Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan (RHMP) King County is committed to creating and sustaining communities that are more resilient to disasters. To fulfill this pledge, King County Office of Emergency Management (KCOEM) is in the process of updating the Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan (RHMP) in partnership with cities and special purpose districts throughout the County. Federal rules require this plan be updated every five years. Representatives from King County and 53 different cities, schools, fire districts, hospitals and utility districts are collaborating with KCOEM and Tetra Tech Incorporated - the contractor leading the hazard assessment and plan development.

Decisions regarding plan elements, such as specific hazards to include, were made by a steering committee whose members include representatives from government, private business, non-profits, the public, and academia. Participating jurisdictions for the 2014 update. Current draft plan is divided into six sections: Frequently Asked Questions Answer: Yes. Student Aid on the Web. The office of Federal Student Aid provides publications, fact sheets, online tools, and other resources to help you prepare and pay for college or career school. Our resources are grouped by the following topics: Information on College Preparation and the Federal Student Aid ProgramsFree Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) InformationLoan InformationConsumer Protection Hard copies of many of the publications are available for order from the U.S.

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Right on cue, New Horizons spacecraft has awakened from its final electronic hibernation. Seven months from now, it will make the first-ever visit to Pluto. On December 5th, NASA successfully launched the first test flight of its Orion capsule. Japan's second asteroid-sample mission launched successfully on December 3rd after weather delays. Despite rescue efforts, no one has heard from one of two NASA spacecraft on the far side of the Sun since October 1st. With its battery power failing, Philae became the "little lander than could" and managed to return results from all 10 of its science instruments before slipping into hibernation. Explore the Night with Bob King. Welcome back, Venus! Brightest planet in the sky returns just in time for the holidays.

"There are so many stars shining in the sky, so many beautiful things winking at you, but when Venus comes out, all the others are waned ... Mehmet Murat ildan from the play Galileo Galilei (2001) I miss Venus. The brightest planet in... Treasure hunting for carbon stars, the rubies of the night sky. Color can be tough to come by in the deep sky, especially if you own a small telescope. Fooled by shadow play into thinking lunar mountains were pointy pinnacles? The dark ways of Algol the Demon Star, and what it can teach us about stellar evolution. There's more than one way to see the constellations. Often ignored in off years, why not treat yourself to the Leonids this month, a shower famed for fireballs and smoke trails.

While we may never see a planet orbiting a star other than the sun that doesn't mean we can't go there in a flight of fancy. Lonely Fomalhaut turns out to have plenty of company. Milky Way. The gaseous object G2 has survived its swing around the Milky Way’s central supermassive black hole, but the questions of what it is and where it comes from remain unanswered.

Astronomers have mapped the cosmic watershed and discovered a massive supercluster that extends more than 500 million light-years and contains 100,000 large galaxies. The Milky Way sits on the edge of this humongous structure. New analyses suggest that observations heralded as evidence for the universe’s brief growth spurt don’t conclusively show what researchers thought they did. The ESA's Planck mission has released one of the most detailed maps of the Milky Way's magnetic field. Astronomers have discovered hot, young stars in the Leading Arm of the Magellanic Stream, calling the history of the Magellanic Clouds once again into question. A new study finds the space surrounding dwarf galaxies in the nearby universe to be shockingly pristine. Time and tide wait for no man. Blogs. The normally faint quasar CTA 102, once thought to harbor an advanced civilization and made famous in a 1967 song by the Byrds, is currently bright enough to see in an 8-inch telescope.

In the history of SETI, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, there have been two great false alarms. The first occurred in 1963… There's a good chance to catch a rocket launch at dusk on Saturday night, when an Atlas V rocket with GOES-R takes to space. With our eyes often glued to the bright classical planets, Uranus is easy to overlook. Human history has always been linked to the influence of distant orbits, from climate change (past and present) to our exploration of the solar system. An innovative technique sheds new light on what doomed Britain's Beagle 2 spacecraft when it tried to land on Mars in 2003. You won't want to miss the biggest, brightest full Moon in more than 68 years. Did you know that the brightest part of the Merope Nebula in the Pleiades is also the hardest to see? Bob King. Welcome back, Venus! Brightest planet in the sky returns just in time for the holidays.

"There are so many stars shining in the sky, so many beautiful things winking at you, but when Venus comes out, all the others are waned ... Mehmet Murat ildan from the play Galileo Galilei (2001) I miss Venus. The brightest planet in... Treasure hunting for carbon stars, the rubies of the night sky. Fooled by shadow play into thinking lunar mountains were pointy pinnacles?

The dark ways of Algol the Demon Star, and what it can teach us about stellar evolution. There's more than one way to see the constellations. Often ignored in off years, why not treat yourself to the Leonids this month, a shower famed for fireballs and smoke trails. While we may never see a planet orbiting a star other than the sun that doesn't mean we can't go there in a flight of fancy.

Most of us are familiar with the Seven Sisters, but have you met their brothers? Lonely Fomalhaut turns out to have plenty of company. King Arthur. Satta Matka Tips | Satta King | Kalyan Matka Result | Dpboss.