|Clim2power’s new peer-reviewed publications Clim2power project released two new peer-reviewed publications "Introducing Climate Variability in Energy Systems Modelling" and "Less Information, Similar Performance: Comparing Machine Learning-Based Time Series of Wind Power Generation to Renewables.ninja"
Clim2power project, Monday 24 August 2020
|The increasing likelihood of temperatures above 30 to 40 °C in the United Kingdom The EUPHEME project paper "The increasing likelihood of temperatures above 30 to 40 °C in the United Kingdom" was
published in Nature Communications in June and received a lot of press coverage.
EUPHEME project, Wednesday 19 August 2020
|One simulation, different conclusions - the baseline period makes the difference! In the frame of the CIREG project a paper "One simulation, different conclusions - the baseline period makes the difference" is published in Environmental Research Letters.
CIREG project, Monday 17 August 2020
|Online conference on climate change communication: Listening, Storytelling, Networking Around 250 people discussed language, political framing, psychology and social media at the online conference "Tell stories, listen up, make contacts". The experts at the online conference on climate communication on 30 June and 1 July 2020 agreed that the young climate movement "Fridays for Future" does many things right - and different - in its communication. |
Alpine Partnership for Local Climate Action (ALPACA), Tuesday 7 July 2020
|EUREC4A/ATOMIC Ocean & Ocean-Atmosphere interactions The e-Kick-off meeting of the "Improving the representation of small-scale nonlinear ocean-atmosphere interactions in Climate Models by innovative joint observing and modelling approaches" (EUREC4A-OA) project for the JPI Oceans & Climate EUREC4A/ATOMIC Ocean & Ocean-Atmosphere interactions takes place on 6-7 of July 2020. |
EUREC4A-OA project, Tuesday 7 July 2020
|FMI's Climate Bulletin Research Letters in Special Spring 2020 Issue with #ERA4CS focus The Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) aims to promote visibility for ERA4CS projects (European Research Area for Climate Services) digitally in its Climate Bulletin Research Letters in Special Spring 2020 Issue with #ERA4CS focus to celebrate the Europe-wide ERA4CS projects and their results. |
Wednesday 1 July 2020
|Climate Thursdays: new webinar series CLARA project in collaboration with Climateurope and other climate innovation projects funded by Horizon 2020, Copernicus Climate Change Service, Climate KIC and JPI Climate and ERA4CS have designed a webinar series on climate services and climate-related innovations |
CLARA project , Tuesday 23 June 2020