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JRC-ECMWF advance on mapping CO2 fossil fuel uncertainty representation

CO2 Human Emissions’ uncertainties, estimated by the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories and…
Climate Data Store Graphic

Climate Data Store Launched

On Thursday, the 14th of June, Europe’s Climate Data Store (CDS) was launched by the Copernicus Climate Change Service…

European H2020 projects in support of CO2 monitoring challenges

Monitoring CO2 emissions at the surface requires unprecedented levels of precision measurements at global scale,…
The CHE Library of Simulations

The CHE Library of Simulations

One of the critical elements of a European contribution to a global "CO2 emission monitoring system" identified in the…
World Meteorological Day

World Meteorological Day highlights weather and climate risks

World Meteorological Day 2018 is dedicated to the risks related to weather and water events and climate change. At a…
CHE General Assembly

Experts discuss way forward for ambitious CO2 monitoring project

More than 50 experts from Europe and beyond met at ECMWF from 5 to 7 February 2018 to chart the way forward for an…
Climate Temperature

2017 extends exceptionally warm period, first complete datasets show

The first complete temperature datasets for 2017 show that last year was the third in a row of exceptionally warm years…
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Kick-off meeting at the European Commission

The CHE (CO2 Human Emission) project, coordinated by ECMWF and funded by the EU, kicked off on 2nd and 3rd October 2017…
CHE Project

CHE Project selected for funding

Following the submission of the CHE proposal in March 2017, the European Union have selected the project for funding.