Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe

JPI Climate is a collaboration between 14 European countries to coordinate jointly their climate research and fund new transnational research initiatives. JPI Climate connects scientific disciplines, enables cross-border research and increases the science-practice interaction.

JPI Climate contributes to the overall EU objective of developing a European Research Area and is coordinated with the EU Programme Horizon 2020 in support of excellent science, industrial leadership and the European response to one of the great societal challenges of our times, which is climate change.



Project launch of TransAdapt on 13-14 November 2014 at the Boku University The TRANS-ADAPT project, which aims to analyse and evaluate the multiple use of flood alleviation schemes with respect to social transformation in communities exposed to flood hazards, was launched on 13-14 November 2014 at the Boku University in Vienna.
TRANS-ADAPT, Tuesday 17 February 2015
Project launch of JPI Climate funded HUMANOR Project launch of HUMANOR at Arctic Centre on 21 January 2015.
Tweet Mari Kuoppamaa, Wednesday 21 January 2015
Marine Renewable Energy Modeller The NERC - National Oceanography Centre is seeking to recruit a marine scientist/numerical modeller to join the world leading team in coastal-ocean modelling. Closing Date: 14 February 2015.
UK Natural Environment Research Council, Tuesday 20 January 2015

Upcoming Events

10 Mar 2015 JPI chairs meeting Internal meeting.
JPI Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe in Brussels
11 Mar 2015 High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC) Internal meeting.
Central Secretariat
17 Mar 2015 Launching Workshop: A European Roadmap for Climate Services The event is a one-day workshop for about 180 participants, mostly leaders of organisations which either produce or supply climate information and intelligence, or are interested as actual or potential users of climate services. Some of them have been involved in different ways in the development of the Roadmap.