Video, summary, and presentations. The Webinar took place on Tuesday 20 March 2017, 2017. It consisted of two talks: one on non-stationary bias in climate predictions, and the second on climate services.
The title is: Climateurope – coordinating and supporting Europe’s knowledge base to enable better management of climate-related risks. Authors are: Chris Hewitt, Natalie Garrett, Paula Newton
Austrian Alps host a beautiful landscape. However, torrents, mudflows, rock falls, avalanches and floods lead to regular disruptions of railway tracks. Climate research helps to make the railway more resilient.
VIDEOS FROM FESTIVAL 2017
VIDEO - Get a summary of what happened in Valencia Spain, April 5-7, 2017. If you are interested to know more, get in touch with us, and join us for the next Climateurope Festival
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Adaptation and mitigation measures will be supported by future “climate services” for public and private sectors which are currently under development in Europe ...
This short movie gives insight into the world of climate modelling, particularly WCRP's initiative CMIP. It stresses the importance of sharing, comparing and analyzing the outcomes of global climate models to deliver high quality climate information, serving as the basis for climate assessments and negotiations.