|SINCERE booklet: Integrating science into climate change-policy making: an overview of inspiring real world practices The SINCERE project aims to strengthen international cooperation on climate change research. One of the project’s tasks involves gathering real world practices about integrating climate-change science into policy. A stocktake of real world inspiring practices is needed
more than ever before. Whereas a growing amount of funding is being directed to climate change science projects, several
challenges prevent some of these results from being directly usable in the policy making process. This document contributes to efforts to deal with these challenges. The document will be used to provide recommendations to JPI Climate about its future project portfolio. |
SINCERE - Wageningen Environmental Research, Tuesday 10 August 2021
|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
|Climate data and climate services for the finance sector: challenges, opportunities and experiences: Q&A's during the webinar A webinar dialogue on climate data and climate services for the finance sector: challenges, opportunities and experiences, was held in April 2020 and organised by ClimatEurope and the SINCERE project. During the webinar, questions were asked by participants, which are listed with answers in this report. |
Wednesday 9 September 2020
|JPI Climate E-magazine We are happy to announce that the JPI Climate e-magazine is available now. This E-magazine is the result of the work developed by the JPI Climate project "Strengthening INternational Cooperation on climatE change REsearch" (SINCERE), in close collaboration with the coordinators from the research projects, and has the intention to increase the societal impact of these projects, by disseminating their results and achievements in ways that are understandable to lay audiences. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Tuesday 3 December 2019
|Exploring Carbon Neutrality and the Paris Agreement Balance of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Removals, Report on the 2018 Workshop Series The Report on the series of workshops organised in 2018 by JPI Climate - led by our Action Group - and in collaboration with the European Commission DG RTD on Exploring Carbon Neutrality and the Balance of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Removals.
It is published at the occasion of the conference in Oxford The Achieving Net Zero http://www.netzero.org.uk/conference-programme.
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Tuesday 10 September 2019
|White Paper “Operationalizing knowledge on and for societal transformations in the face of climate change“ This White Paper has been developed by the JPI Climate Action Group “Enabling Societal Transformations in the Face of Climate Change”, with the aim to provide recommendations and insights for connecting and mobilizing key social science and humanities (SSH) research perspectives on and for societal transformations in the face of climate change. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Friday 15 February 2019
|A short guide of ERA4CS projects The 2016 joint call on “Researching and Advancing Climate Services Development” has been funded by ERA4CS partners contributing either by cash funding or by in-kind resources plus co-funding on both topics from the European Union. This call resulted in the selection of 26 projects that will be active from the autumn 2017 to the spring 2021.
The present document is intended to provide an overview of the objectives, pilot users, main deliverables and input data of the 26 projects supported by ERA4CS. A summary of achievements of the 26 projects will be published in 2021, as part of the final report of ERA4CS. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Monday 10 December 2018