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2017, 13th September

Webinar #3: Climate Services Fit-for-Purpose

Climate Services Fit-for-Purpose: Continuing to learn and innovate

Wednesday, September 20th, 10.00 - 11.00 AM CEST

Roger Street is a Senior Research Fellow within the UK Climate Impacts Programme at the University of Oxford and has over 30  years’ experience in what is currently called climate services.  This experience has been and continues to be comprised of learning from and challenging the services provided with the push to seeing them decision-(demand-)driven and science informed.  This participatory webinar will provide an opportunity to consider and share views on some of these challenges related to whether or not these services continue to be fit-for-purpose and the innovations needed.  To stimulate the discussions, Roger will explore some of these challenges through a presentation:
-  Is there a market for climate services that includes the provision of products based on more than just essential climate variables?
-  Are products supporting impacts and risk assessment the same as those required to support adaptation assessment, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation?
-  Does pathway decision-making require different types of climate services?
-  Is the separation of weather and climate service useful and consistent with a decision-driven focus?

Register under this link https://t.co/RbDSvl6sSk 

The number of participants is limited, please register by your earliest convenience. 

2017, 13th September

Webinar #3: Climate Services Fit-for-Purpose

 

Climate Services Fit-for-Purpose: Continuing to learn and innovate

Wednesday, September 20th, 10.00 - 11.00 AM CEST

Roger Street is a Senior Research Fellow within the UK Climate Impacts Programme at the University of Oxford and has over 30  years’ experience in what is currently called climate services.  This experience has been and continues to be comprised of learning from and challenging the services provided with the push to seeing them decision-(demand-)driven and science informed.  This participatory webinar will provide an opportunity to consider and share views on some of these challenges related to whether or not these services continue to be fit-for-purpose and the innovations needed.  To stimulate the discussions, Roger will explore some of these challenges through a presentation:
-  Is there a market for climate services that includes the provision of products based on more than just essential climate variables?
-  Are products supporting impacts and risk assessment the same as those required to support adaptation assessment, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation?
-  Does pathway decision-making require different types of climate services?
-  Is the separation of weather and climate service useful and consistent with a decision-driven focus?

Register under this link https://t.co/RbDSvl6sSk 

The number of participants is limited, please register by your earliest convenience.