The Climate Impacts Research Consortium as a climate knowledge network established by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) provides information and tools for adapting to a changing climate in the northwest.
The Oregon Climate Change Research Institute was created by the Oregon state legislature in 2007 to: foster climate change research among faculty of the Oregon University System; serve as a clearinghouse for climate information; and provide climate change information to the public.
The Northwest Climate Science Center was established in 2010 by the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) to address the challenges presented by climate change and climate variability in the northwestern United States. See also DOI NW CSC website for strategic plan, workplans, annual reports, science agenda, projects, and products.
The Oregon Climate Service collects, manages and maintains Oregon weather and climate data. OCS also provides weather and climate information to those within and outside the state of Oregon and educates Oregonians on current and emerging climate issues.