How scientific networks bring cutting-edge science upfront
New GERICS article on openaccessgovernment.org
Three examples of scientific networking show that cooperation is the key to advance science, to bring scientific findings into practice and make use of climate simulations in the best and scientific solid way.
Scientific networks are key for bringing cutting-edge science upfront. Through exchange they offer the possibility of bringing together a diversity of thinkers and think-schools around the topic of climate information and discover common and differentiated ways of responding to challenges related to climate change. User needs and stakeholder requirements are discussed, analysed and addressed in a coordinated and efficient effort.
In the following, examples of different kinds of networking are described together with the connection users of climate data and related information:
- Networking with users
- Climateurope Festivals - Linking science and society
- EURO-CORDEX - a scientific community enabling climate services
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