|The Clim2Power user survey is now live! Have your say in developing the Clim2Power Climate Service by filling in the survey. Your contribution is very important for us!
Data from the online survey will be used in conjunction with data from national Userboard meetings to develop a final end-user requirements report to inform the design of the Clim2Power Climate Service and enable it to meet the needs of energy producers and other stakeholders.
Thursday 6 September 2018
|Results of the First JPI Climate Scoping Forum Process The produced report focuses on the results of the first JPI Climate Scoping Forum as a key element of the SRIA Strategic Mechanism and puts forward a set of recommendations to the development and update of JPI Climate Implementation Plan based on a range of internal and external inputs, analyses and new information.
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Monday 23 July 2018
|ERA4CS project CLISWELN organises Session on the climate nexus at AF2018 in Cape Town, South Africa ERA4CS project CLISWELN organises Session S81 on the climate nexus at Adaptation Futures 2018 in Cape Town, South Africa on Wednesday 20 June at 9:15, room 1.41. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Monday 18 June 2018
|ERA4CS Newsletter eighth issue - April 2018 Eighth edition of the ERA4CS Newsletter with information about ERA4CS projects activities, JPI Climate Scoping Forum Symposium and other upcoming activities. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Thursday 19 April 2018
|Enhancing the value of climate data - translating risk and uncertainty utilizing a living labs approach EVOKED is now up and running and has started the process of initiating Living Labs at five case study sites in Europe.The project tailors the presentation and specification of climate data to the user's knowledge and needs, thus enhancing the value of the data. More information you can find in the project Newsletter. |
Tuesday 17 April 2018
|ERA4CS projects e-brochure E-brochure of ERA4CS and Horizon 2020 projects was developed for the Networking event on 30 of November, 2017. Based on this outreach material the updated e-brochure of ERA4CS projects can be found by following this link: http://bit.ly/ERA4CSProjectBrochure |
Wednesday 11 April 2018
|Lessons and practice of co-developing Climate Services with users The report shares experiences and summarises lessons learned from Climateurope (www.climateurope.eu) project partners on how to foster co-development of climate services between providers and users, and highlights good practice for user engagement and effective communication of science to decision- and policy-makers.
This report describes not only the good practices in co-developing CS between providers and users, but also focuses on the challenges encountered by continuous multi-stakeholder engagement. |
Tuesday 10 April 2018
|Publicity of ERA4CS Deliverable 7.4 full report Designed as a tool for initiating and coordinating collaborative action between research funders and performers, ERA4CS aims to overcome the fragmentation and partitioning of research and innovation for climate services in Europe and beyond.Task 7.4 includes a critical analysis of the evidence gathered at Member State, European and international levels.
This report focuses on that critical analysis and puts forwards a set of recommendations to inform the development of a joint vision and implementation strategy on research and innovation for climate services in Europe and beyond. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Monday 22 January 2018