European and International Co-operations
IPCC – Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), founded in 1988 by UNEP and WMO, is a United Nations agency. On its behalf, scientists from around the world compile the latest developments in climate research and asses the respective current state of the art based on acknowledged publications.
Organs consultatif sur les changements climatiques
Advisory body for climate change issues
is a collaboration between fourteen European countries to jointly coordinate their climate research and fund new transnational research initiatives. JPI Climate connects scientific disciplines, enables cross-border research and increases the science-practice interaction.
The European Climate Adaptation Platform (Climate-ADAPT) aims to support Europe in adapting to climate change. It is an initiative of the European Commission and helps users to access and share information.
is a European Network of 34 institutions from 23 countries committed to fund research and share knowledge on climate adaptation and the promotion of long-term cooperation among national and regional climate change programs.
The European Environment Agency (EEA) is an agency of the European Union. Its task is to provide sound, independent information on the environment. It is an important source of information for everyone involved in developing, adopting, implementing, and evaluating environmental policies, as well as for the general public. Currently, the EEA has 33 member countries.
Climate KIC – Knowledge and Innovation Community – is a pan-European network of universities, research institutions, businesses and industry, as well as cities, municipalities and administration, who collaborate on implementing projects, promoting innovation, and developing focal points for training and education. Start-up scouting is one of Climate KIC’s central subject matters. For more information, please contact servicezentrum-at-ccca.ac-dot-at
As part of the JPI Climate’s activities, a map of climate service providers in Europe has been established. It provides a first overview of who offers which services in which country. The map does not claim completeness, as it covers JPI Climate member countries only.