Archive JPI Climate News & Events

5th European Climate Change Adaptation Conference (ECCA2021) ECCA 2021 will be the Lustrum edition of the European Climate Change Adaptation Conference. The goal of the conference is to inspire adaptation action by showcasing solutions, exchanging knowledge, creating connections and dialogue with a broad set of policy makers on how to act more and faster at every relevant governance level (25 May - 22 June 2021).
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Thursday 8 April 2021
Junior Science officer in the JPI Climate Central Secretariat The JPI Climate Central Secretariat is currently looking for a Junior Science Officer to join a small and dynamic team in Brussels and help supporting a series of on-going and upcoming activities at the Central Secretariat.
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Monday 7 June 2021
5th edition of the European Climate Change Adaptation Conference (ECCA 2021) halfway Since the start of this ECCA edition on 25 May, five webinars have now been successfully completed with around 500 participants on the topics of climate adaptation; financing adaptation, climate change and health; nature-based solutions, sea level rise with specific sessions designed to climate policy simulations.
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Wednesday 2 June 2021
ECCA 2021 starts on 25 May, 2021 ECCA 2021 starts on 25 May, 2021. Rendez-vous at 13:30 CEST for an inspiring session on Financing climate adaptation with Bertrand Badré, founder of Blue Like an Orange and many distinguished speakers from the world of finance as well as a contribution by the President of the Polish Youth Climate Council Katarzyna Smętek.
Monday 24 May 2021
LIVING LAB 2021: turning climate information into value for traditional Mediterranean agri-food systems The MED-GOLD Living Lab is an on-line event 27 May – 24 June 2021) dedicated to early career scientists and professionals in the areas of climate science, agriculture, business strategy, social sciences and communication.
Tuesday 27 April 2021
Online conference: Climate Science from Space: Synergies for a greener innovation economy In the frame of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the Portuguese Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education, with the support of the European Commission, is organising the online conference Climate Science from Space to be held on April 21-22, 2021.
FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, Thursday 25 March 2021
Webinar 17 February 2021 on physical climate risk and finance Financial costs of climate change are rising, and investors need more transparent information to manage their physical risks. The ERA4CS project ClimINVEST brings together climate scientists and experts and financial actors to collaborate on improved tools and information.
CICERO and ClimINVEST, Friday 5 February 2021
Collecting good practices on integrating science into climate change policy making Wageningen University and Research, with input from the UNEP DTU Partnership (a UNEP collaborating centre), and as part of SINCERE, is collecting real-world good practices with regard to integrating science into climate change policy making. This will help JPI Climate increasing the impact of its research calls.
Wageningen University and Research, Friday 6 November 2020
Clim2power open Event Clim2power is pleased to invite you to its final Open Event to be held online on the 9th of November 2020
Clim2Power project, Friday 30 October 2020
Upcoming French National Workshop The Clim2power French workshop titled ‘Gestion de la ressource en eau et production hydroélectrique sous changement climatique : quels enjeux et solutions?’ will take place on 24 November 2020.
Clim2Power project, Thursday 29 October 2020
A Facebook Live session: Next Generation Climate Science for Oceans A Facebook Live session on the Next Generation Climate Science in Europe for Oceans joint action will be organised on the JPI Oceans page on 4 November 2020 at 17:30. Prof. Sabrina Speich will give a presentation of the EUREC4A-OA project, followed by a live Q&A with the audience and moderated from the JPI Oceans secretariat.
JPI Oceans, Tuesday 27 October 2020
Postdoc research position Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes (cE3c) has just opened up a position for a postdoctoral research position on Climate Services.
Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes , Monday 26 October 2020
Climateurope Festival 2020 - 'Climate Information at Your Service' 3rd webstival Climateurope 3rd webstival 'Climate Information at Your Service' will be held on 15 of October to initiate talks on Climate Services and the European Green Deal, tools and services that help build resilience, and a citizen science project with involvement from school students.
Climateurope project team, Wednesday 7 October 2020
IS-ENES3 1st Virtual Autumn school on climate data use for impact assessments In November and December 2020 the IS-ENES3 consortium will organize an Autumn School ‘Climate data use for impact assessments’ to help researchers make better use of available climate data and knowledge, in order to produce higher quality research outputs and services.
IS-ENES3, Tuesday 15 September 2020
Climate data and climate services for the finance sector: challenges, opportunities and experiences This blog summarises the webinar dialogue on climate data and climate services for the finance sector: challenges, opportunities and experiences, that was organised by ClimatEurope and the SINCERE project in April 2020. During the webinar discussion took place on how climate change is entering into the financial arena and how financial institutes are supporting their clients to become more climate friendly. JPI Climate funded ClimInvest project and other speakers shared their experience in developing climate services for the finance sector. This blog is especially interesting for climate services research funders, developers and financial actors that deal with climate change. It will give insight in ongoing climate services initiatives and highlights new opportunities for finance sector – climate science collaboration.
Ingrid Coninx, Wageningen Environmental Research, Thursday 10 September 2020