USGCRP Indicator Platform
The indicator platform is an interagency collaboration that leverages efforts from across the USGCRP agencies and highlights key climate information in the form of indicators that:
- Provide foundational science in support of USGCRP sustained assessment products including the National Climate Assessment
- Showcase examples from Federal agency-specific indicator efforts
- Connect Federal agency research and science to USGCRP priorities
Go beyond the data and explore climate indicators with an interactive Story Map developed by the USDA Forest Service with support from the Environmental Protection Agency. Explore the climate story through observations including human consequences of climate change, adaptation, and resilience.
Indicators of Change
Climate indicators show trends over time in key aspects of our environment including:
Indicators based on long-term, consistently collected data can be used to:
- Understand how our climate and environmental conditions are changing
- Consider and assess risks and vulnerabilities
- Help us prepare, take action, and improve resilience to the impacts of climate change
Learn About Trends in Climate Change
Selected Federal Climate-Related Indicators
Learn more about climate change indicator research at USGCRP agencies.
EPA partners with more than 40 data contributors from various sources to compile a key set of climate change indicators.
The Arctic Report Card is a timely and peer-reviewed source for environmental information on the current state of the Arctic environmental system.
The State of the Climate is a collection of monthly summaries recapping climate-related occurrences on both a global and national scale.
The Tracking Program delivers a core set of health data, information summaries, and tools to enable analysis, visualization and reporting of insights drawn from the data.
Explore vital signs of global climate change and global warming, such as Carbon Dioxide, Global Temperature, and Arctic Sea Ice Minimum.
This award-winning network collects, stores, and shares seasonal natural phenomena and cyclical data and information.