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SEPARATING HUMAN IMPACT FROM THE NATURAL CARBON CYCLE
A new initiative to explore the development of a European system to monitor human activity related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions across the world. The CO2 Human Emissions (CHE) project brings together a consortium of 22 European partners and will last for over 3 years.
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SEPARATING HUMAN IMPACT FROM THE NATURAL CARBON CYCLE
A new initiative to explore the development of a European system to monitor human activity related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions across the world. The CO2 Human Emissions (CHE) project brings together a consortium of 22 European partners and will last for over 3 years.
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ECMWF is leading a new initiative to explore the development of a European system to monitor human activity related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions across the world.

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STRUCTURE

To tackle the challenges of an integrated system on a global scale, it is paramount to identify the complementarity between observations, modelling and data assimilation methodologies.

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Consortium

CONSORTIUM

The CHE project consortium is comprised of 22 partners from eight European countries (United Kingdom, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Germany, France, Switzerland, Italy).

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There is now agreement that climate change represents a very serious threat. Worldwide commitment to tackle the issue culminated in the United Nations Paris Climate Agreement in 2015, when 195 nations signed-up to limit their greenhouse gas emissions.

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