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2018, 28th March

1st CLARA Multi-Use Forum workshop in Stockholm

The CLARA project established a Multi-User Forum (MUF) to foster co-generation of climate services. The Forum comprises representatives from more than 50 organisations including public bodies and authorities, irrigators’ associations, energy producers, civil protection, insurance and financial organisations. The Forum plays a vital role in co-designing the innovative applications, informing and reviewing the project’s development, and stimulated collaboration among the end-users, purveyors, and services providers. Three workshops and various side activities such as webinar, newsletters, and online discussion fora facilitate the mutually beneficial dialog and knowledge exchange. On March 6-7, 2018 the first workshop was held in Stockholm. The workshop brought together around 35 members of the MUF, representing a wide range of actual or potential users of climate services. Discussions focused on the co-generation of climate services (CS), operational uses of near-term climate prediction, and management of underlying uncertainties. The participants engaged into five break-out groups mirroring CLARA’s thematic priorities (task forces): disaster risk reduction, water resource management, agriculture and food (security), renewable energy sources, and air pollution. The draft report from the MUF-1 is available from here: https://goo.gl/yg4AQc (also don’t miss our posts at twitter #ClaraMUF1 and facebook https://www.facebook.com/ClaraH2020/)

2018, 28th March

1st CLARA Multi-Use Forum workshop in Stockholm

 

The CLARA project established a Multi-User Forum (MUF) to foster co-generation of climate services. The Forum comprises representatives from more than 50 organisations including public bodies and authorities, irrigators’ associations, energy producers, civil protection, insurance and financial organisations. The Forum plays a vital role in co-designing the innovative applications, informing and reviewing the project’s development, and stimulated collaboration among the end-users, purveyors, and services providers. Three workshops and various side activities such as webinar, newsletters, and online discussion fora facilitate the mutually beneficial dialog and knowledge exchange. On March 6-7, 2018 the first workshop was held in Stockholm. The workshop brought together around 35 members of the MUF, representing a wide range of actual or potential users of climate services. Discussions focused on the co-generation of climate services (CS), operational uses of near-term climate prediction, and management of underlying uncertainties. The participants engaged into five break-out groups mirroring CLARA’s thematic priorities (task forces): disaster risk reduction, water resource management, agriculture and food (security), renewable energy sources, and air pollution. The draft report from the MUF-1 is available from here: https://goo.gl/yg4AQc (also don’t miss our posts at twitter #ClaraMUF1 and facebook https://www.facebook.com/ClaraH2020/)