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EVENT | On March 25th-28th, 2019, the climate data factory will attend the WCRP CMIP6 model analysis workshop in Barcelona, Spain. This workshop will be the opportunity for us to show the scientific analysis of our current data, extend our knowledge on CMIP6 experiments to prepare the next version of our climate change data offer: CMIP6 adjusted with ERA-5 reanalysis. Contact us through the chat if such data set is of interest to you.
EVENT | On April 2-3, 2019, the climate data factory will attend the Climate City Expo (#CCxBusiness) organized by The Collider in North Carolina, USA as a “leader in promoting climate tech and innovation by enhancing accessibility to climate data”. We will explore solutions with business executives, entrepreneurs, climate scientists, and investors at the leading edge of climate resilience. At this event, Harilaos Loukos will participate to a session featuring Edward Karns (Chief Data Officer @NOAA), Ana Pinheiro Privette (Senior Program Manager @Amazon Sustainability), Vincent McDonald (Chief International Strategy Officer @AccuWeather) and Rei Goffer (Chief Strategy Officer @ClimaCell).
EVENT | On March 24 – 26th, 2019, the climate data factory is proud to sponsor the 3rd Agriculture and Climate Change Conference in Budapest, Hungary. This international conference will focus on the likely impact of climate change on crop production and explore approaches to maintain and increase crop productivity into the future. Topics will address modelling climate change and its application to agriculture, climate change and increased agricultural uncertainty or food security in developing countries.
On the occasion, we are happy to give participants a special discount to download ready to use climate change data from our platform.
EVENT | On March 13-14th, 2019, the climate data factory will attend the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) Sectoral Information System User Showcase Workshop in Lisbon, Portugal. We will present our business needs and share our view on C3S infrastructure.
Download our presentation “How can C3S and European initiatives enable the development of climate services” at this link.
EVENT | On March 12th, 2019, the climate data factory will be an Innovation sponsor of the Sustainable Investment Forum Europe in partnership with Climate Action and UNEP Finance initiative. A great opportunity to showcase our climate change data service to asset managers and owners, banks, policymakers, think tanks and NGOs looking to drive the sustainability agenda.
Download our presentation “On climate data for climate related financial disclosures” at this link.
EVENT | On February 25 – 26th, 2019, the climate data factory will attend a scoping workshop to discuss development of a decadal forecast service for C3S. The aim of the workshop is to discuss the user needs and the state of play from the scientific and operational climate prediction communities for the decadal timescale. In this context, we will share our expertise in developing such forecast from our contribution to the H2020 CLARA project.
CATALOG UPDATE | the climate data factory now provides climate change data for all African countries. This latest addition to our catalog means we now cover more than 100 countries and 4,300 cities.
Climate data for more than 100 countries (new countries in blue)
NEW PARTNERSHIP | the climate data factory is now a “Contributing Partner” to the Partnership for Resilience and & Preparedness led by the World Resource Institute and Future Earth. This partnership aims at building climate resilience with improved quality data access. We will support the partnership as a climate data provider, along with The Weather Company, NOAA or NASA.
AWARD | the climate data factory is now Member of the World Alliance by Solar Impulse Foundation. This alliance brings together the main actors involved in developing, financing or promoting products, services, processes and technologies that protect the environment in a profitable way.
AWARD | the climate data factory has been listed as an official data source for processed climate data by the commentary site RealClimate. We are honored to be referenced in this source among world-renowned organizations like NOAA and Berkeley Earth.