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.

 

News

Applications for the Summer School on Water Resources, Land-use and Forestry are now open! The Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change Foundation (CMCC) launched the Future Earth Research School (FERS), an international school entirely focused on environmental sustainability and climate change. The deadline for applications is 22/05/2022.
CMCC, Monday 9 May 2022
Transnational online workshop "Saving: Soils" The project “Saving:Soils – for a trend reversal in the use of land in peri-urban areas" organises online workshop on 12 May, 2022 to find approaches to solutions along with three pilot regions. Saving:Soils brings together around one table spatial planning experts, civil society, administrative authorities and young adults.
CIPRA Living in the Alps, Monday 9 May 2022
Second SHAPE Multi-Stakeholder Workshop with participants from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America The final multi-stakeholder workshop conducted by the SHAPE project was held on April 4-8, 2022. The workshop focused on first quantitative results of the new and co-created Sustainable Development Pathway scenarios (SDPs).
SHAPE project, Monday 25 April 2022
New MU research shows jet stream over the North Atlantic and Eurasia moving northwards and increasing in speed New research at Maynooth University’s ICARUS Climate Research Centre has found that the jet stream is moving northwards, influencing storm activity and temperature patterns across the Northern Hemisphere. According to the study published this week in the peer-reviewed scientific journal, Climate Dynamics, provides a regional (land - ocean) comparison of the Northern Hemisphere jet stream, and finds that jet stream trends vary on a regional and seasonal basis.
ROADMAP project, Wednesday 20 April 2022