An event to consider the ways in which new information services on atmospheric composition can contribute to our understanding of climate change and support decision-making on anthropogenic emissions.
Supporting the European strategy "Living well within the boundaries of our planet" by combining models and observations to monitor and forecast atmospheric pollution.
Contributing to Europe’s green economy by providing timely and accurate information on aerosols, chemical pollutants and greenhouse gases.
As the operator of the Climate Change Service and the Atmosphere Service of the EU-flagship Copernicus Programme, ECMWF will be present over the week, and specifically in the shape of two events, one focusing on The Copernicus Climate Change Service: a European answer to Climate Change Challenges, to take place on 9 July at the UNESCO building, and the other on Monitoring atmospheric composition in a changing climate: a pathway to informed actions to take place at the Ballon de Paris, also on the 9 July. More details including how to attend here.