The production cycle of the metallurgy industry needs a significant availability of water. In Greece, to meet this need, the companies of the Halcor and Elval groups rely on the Evinos and Mornos river basins which, together, are also the primary resource supplying the waterworks of the capital Athens.
Among a number of products oriented to the climate modelling and climate services communities, Climateurope is producing a series of reports to map and analyse relevant initiatives, challenges and emerging needs relating to Earth system modelling and climate services in Europe, involving expertise from a range of stakeholders. This second report provides progress on the integration of Earth system modelling and climate services from a stakeholder perspective.
The aim of CLARA innovation action is to develop a set of leading edge climate services building upon the newly developed Copernicus Climate Change Services near term forecasts and sectorial information systems (SIS) and sustain their marketability and value.
Valuing Climate Services in the Co-Generation Framework. Evidences from the CLARA Project – Climateurope Webinar 2018
Video, summary, and presentations. The Webinar took place on July 23, 2018.
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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.