This discussion paper elaborates on dilemmas that are evident at the interface between ESMs and climate services.
This report contains the description of a climate services visualisation workshop that counted with the participation of representatives from various projects and initiatives, as well as individual stakeholders from the Climateurope network.
An overview of typologies used to distinguish between various climate services, and some recommendations for a common typology.
This paper presents recommendations for the next Horizon Europe framework program for the cluster related to “Climate science and solutions”.
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 main aim of this report is to share the experiences and summarize the lessons learned on how to foster co-development Climate Services (CS) with users and develop standards for user engagement and effective communication of science to users.
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
Published in the journal Climate Services, the paper is a description of content, initiatives and feedback from the event