Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe

The Joint Programming Initiative "Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe" (JPI Climate) is a pan-European intergovernmental initiative gathering European countries to jointly coordinate climate research and fund new transnational research initiatives that provide useful climate knowledge and services for post-COP21 Climate Action.

JPI Climate Magazine
JPI Climate E-magazine (released in December 2019) is the result of the work developed by SINCERE, in close collaboration with the coordinators from the research projects, and has the intention to increase the societal impact of these projects.


JPI Climate connects scientific disciplines, enables cross-border research and increases the science-practice interaction. JPI Climate contributes to the overall objective of developing a European Research Area and to underpin the European efforts in tackling the societal challenge of climate change.



Sea Level Survey invites stakeholder perspective A quick survey aims to identify the pressing stakeholder needs related to sea level rise to inform several basin-specific expert workshops and a large-scale European conference in 2022. The joint JPI Climate & JPI Oceans Knowledge Hub on Sea Level Rise therefore warmly invites interested stakeholders from all sectors and domains to share their perspectives, wishes and ideas.
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Tuesday 11 January 2022
Video: ERA4CS projects results in Climate Services This video showcases the results, developed tools and strategies through 26 ERA4CS projects to boost the development of an efficient climate services in Europe towards usable climate knowledge for society.
Central Secretariat, Monday 20 December 2021
The winner of the JPI Climate Excellence Award for Social Impact 2021 The winner of the JPI Climate Excellence Award for Social Impact 2021 is CLIMAX project funded by the JPI Climate and the Belmont Forum under the 2015 Call for Climate Services Collaborative Research action on Climate Predictability and Inter-regional Linkages.
JPI Climate Central Secretariat in collaboration with SINCERE project, Wednesday 15 December 2021
Five keys to shifting to sustainable growth - and the cost of inaction In 1972, the Club of Rome, an organization of thought leaders from around the world, published their first "Limits to Growth" report, a foundational text warning the world of the consequences of human activity on the health of the planet. In conversation with TED global curator Bruno Giussani, co-president of the Club of Rome Sandrine Dixson-Declѐve shares what we've learned in the 50 years since -- and discusses the launch of Earth4All: an initiative aimed at focusing on five key areas that could enable humanity and the planet to thrive.
TED, Wednesday 1 December 2021

Upcoming Events

18 Jan 2022 SINCERE project Final General Assembly
JPI Climate Central Secretariat