Climateurope Festival: An innovative way of linking science and society

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Kotova, Lola, Costa, Maria Máñez, Jacob, Daniela, Hewitt, Chris, Newton, Paula, Garrett, Natalie, New, Stacey, Parfitt, Rebecca, Dunbar, Tyrone, Bessembinder, Janette, Toumi, Ralf, Buonocore, Mauro, Krzic, Aleksandra and Terrado, Marta. 2022. "Climateurope Festival: An innovative way of linking science and society." Climate Services. 26. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cliser.2022.100301
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Climateurope Festival: An innovative way of linking science and society

ERA Journal ID212081
Article CategoryArticle
AuthorsKotova, Lola, Costa, Maria Máñez, Jacob, Daniela, Hewitt, Chris, Newton, Paula, Garrett, Natalie, New, Stacey, Parfitt, Rebecca, Dunbar, Tyrone, Bessembinder, Janette, Toumi, Ralf, Buonocore, Mauro, Krzic, Aleksandra and Terrado, Marta
Journal TitleClimate Services
Journal Citation26
Article Number100301
Number of Pages6
Year2022
PublisherElsevier BV
ISSN2405-8807
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cliser.2022.100301
Web Address (URL)https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S240588072200019X
Abstract

The Climateurope Festivals were designed to create synergies between different European, national and international initiatives in the fields of Earth-system modelling & Climate Services and enhance the transfer of information between suppliers and users. It gave an opportunity to display best in class outcomes and engage in world class networking in a less rigid environment than a scientific conference.

A number of formats were adopted in the Festival, from traditional impulse talks to innovative interactive sessions, and the thought-provoking discussions allowed the participants to share their experiences and knowledge around the advantages and challenges that Climate Services face within different sectors.

Three Climateurope Festivals were originally planned to be held across Europe. Two Festivals were successfully organised, the first in Valencia in 2017, and the second in Belgrade in 2018. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns and travel restrictions, the third and final Festival was held online as a series of virtual web-based Festivals in 2020/2021.

The Festivals were highly valued by participants. There was a strong desire by the Climateurope network to continue a science-stakeholder dialogue and make the Climateurope Festivals a regular event.

KeywordsClimateurope Festival ; Climate Services ; Earth System Modelling ; Communication; Dissemination
Byline AffiliationsClimate Service Center Germany, Germany
Met Office, United Kingdom
Centre for Applied Climate Sciences
Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute, Netherlands
Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change, Italy
Republic Hydrometeorological Institute of Serbia, Serbia
Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain
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