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Acclimatise heads to New York Climate Week

Acclimatise heads to New York Climate Week

Next week, marks the return of Climate Week NYC, The Climate Group’s week-long events programme providing a space for businesses, states, cities and the whole diverse frontier of global climate action to come together. Run in coordination with the United Nation’s Climate Action Summit, Climate Week, running from 22nd-29th September brings leading organisations around the world together in an effort to extend action far and wide outside of the UN building and New York City.

Acclimatise’s Robin Hamaker-Taylor will be in attendance at a number of events involving banks and investors. Find out where you can meet and greet Robin (below), and make sure to speak to her about our analytical toolkits and services for commercial banks and investors:

23 September

10:00 – 13:00 Driving Change, Realising Impacts: Implementing the Principles for Responsible Banking: The pinnacle of this high-level event will be the signing by CEOs of their bank’s commitment to the Principles for Responsible Banking.  

16:30 – 19:00 TCFD Good Practice Handbook Launch: a celebration of the publication of the TCFD Good Practice Handbook. Keynote speakers on climate risk disclosure and accelerating the transition to a low carbon economy will be in attendance.  

17:00 – 21:00 Sustainable Future Forum: organised by Sparknews and BNP Paribas, mixing inspirational speeches, high level panel discussions, and networking sessions for a discussion on climate change.

24 September

08:30-11:00 GARI Working Group Meeting: Recap of the Finance for Adaptation Solutions & Technologies Roundtable (FASTR) event during London Climate Week and discuss the operationalisation of the GARI working group. Will also discuss what priorities and activities you believe should be the focus of GARI’s 2020 agenda.  

13:30 – 18:30 Financing a Sustainable Future: Speakers will include Patrick J. Burke, CEO, HSBC Bank USA, leading a conversation with C-suite leaders on how to make sustainability a priority from the top, and remarks from Samir Assaf, CEO, Global Banking and Markets.

17:30 – 20:00 Water: The Ultimate Climate Risk: Water, Wall Street & Climate Change investigate the risks and opportunities rising global temperatures will have on our water supplies.

18:00 – 20:00 Climate Risk & Stakeholder Expectations: Explores communicating a firm’s approach to managing climate risk.

25 September

09:30 – 17:30 Sustainable Investment Forum (SIF) North America: The Forum will welcome over 350 attendees, including asset owners and managers, banks, development institutions, policymakers, think tanks and NGOs, looking to drive the sustainability agenda. The Forum is the number one meeting place during Climate NYC for the sustainable finance community.

17:00 – 19:00 Smart Climate Data for Greater Impact: A one hour event designed to educate investors, asset owners and indexers about strategies to build climate risk resilient investment strategies.

26 September

08:30 – 12:00 Embracing a Climate Risk Mindset: Technical approach to managing climate risk by demonstrating effective corporate disclosure and risk management practices  

14:00 – 18:30 Climate Week NYC 2019: Quantifying Climate Risk: A S&P Global Perspective: Join S&P Global on Thursday Sept 26, 2019 for an essential series of discussions related to climate risk, and the evolving importance of leveraging data to find solutions. Hear from industry experts from S&P Global Ratings, Indices, Platts, and Trucost, as well as investment management and corporate senior executives, as they discuss relative analysis on ESG and Climate Risk.

27 September

10:00 – 17:00 Marketplace of the Future: an expo showcasing 50 start-ups that operate with sustainable supply chains, give-back models, and social benefit at their core.

Cover photo by Emiliano Bar on Unsplash.
Flood Expo keynote speakers announced

Flood Expo keynote speakers announced

The whole Flood Expo team is really excited to announce that the first wave of keynote speakers have finally been announced!

Alongside returning favourites from 2018’s keynote lineup, Mary Dhonau, from Know Your Flood Risk, and Daniel Rosenberg from Gravitas, we have a fantastic lineup of incredible speakers from across the whole Flood industry. From case studies, to addressing sustainable challenges in the flood industry, this is undoubtedly the strongest keynote speaker lineup The Flood Expo has ever seen and we hope you will agree. So we are happy to announce that the following speakers will be joining us at the NEC, on the 11th and 12th September 2019:

David Nash from the Z Zurich Foundation will share the work of Zurich’s Flood Resilience Alliance in building a system-based methodology, which goes beyond grey infrastructure solutions. He will show how their approach creates locally relevant actions, helping communities globally develop in a climate-smart and risk-informed way, and show how we can measure resilience as a result.

Fai Fung from The Met Office will speak about the future climate projections for the UK. UKCP18 is designed to help inform the management of future risks from climate variability and change, providing updated probabilistic estimates of the ranges of future climate change and results from a new suite of global, European and UK-scale climate models.

Tim Beech will speak about Thames Water’s innovative approach to managing surface water in partnership. They are working in one of the most densely populated and urbanised regions in the UK, placing a lot of pressure on drainage. He will outline their shifting emphasis towards reducing the volume of surface water entering their sewers with partnership in mind.

Alastair Moseley from the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) will explain the key elements of the new Code of Practice for Property Flood Resilience, how to access it and the huge benefits that it will bring to installers, insurance companies and millions of property owners alike throughout the UK.

Russell Turner from the Flood Forecasting Centre will explain the 10 years of partnership between the Met Office and Environment agency showing key flood events, learning points and improvements introduced to better forecast floods and provide the best information to continue to protect lives and livelihoods from the impacts of flooding.

Geordie Palmer from what3words will speak about the challenges of location in emergency response. For those delivering emergency assistance, knowing exactly where they are going is crucial and this can be a challenge when address information isn’t available. What3words gives an address of 3 simple words every 3x3m in the world. allowing precise locations to be described very easily.

Prof. Dapeng Yu from The University of Loughborough will focus on surface water flood forecasting in a changing climate where the weather is becoming increasingly untypical and uncertain.

Neil Parker from BAM Nuttall will speak about the Sustainable Challenges for the Collaborative Delivery Framework Partners. As the Environment Agency (EA) moves to its new Collaborative Delivery arrangements the presentation will focus on how the Suppliers will work in partnership with the EA and supply chain to implement sustainable solutions and meet the increasing efficiency and carbon challenges.

With their seminars yet to be announced, we can proudly confirm Livia Hollins from United Nations Climate Change and Sun Yan Evans, Technical Director & Flood Risk Management Practice Leader at Mott Macdonald will also be speaking on the Keynote Theatre at the event.

Tickets for the event are still completely free and readily available from! So go take a look at the keynote speakers so far and secure your ticket now for September 11th and 12th!

The Flood Expo to return to Birmingham in September

The Flood Expo to return to Birmingham in September

Here at Acclimatise, we are very proud to be partners with The Flood Expo. On the 11th & 12th of September, the world’s largest flood prevention exhibition will be returning to the Birmingham NEC.

The Flood Expo is the world’s largest exhibition and conference designed to help the most progressive flood professionals and property owners discover the latest innovative products, services and strategies that transform the way flooding is predicted, prevented, and managed. Being the biggest event of its kind, the Flood Expo seeks to form partnerships with the best of the best with regards to associations and organisations that represent the needs of the industry.

The Flood Expo is already a truly stacked event for its visitors, delivering on its promise of cutting edge exhibitors, world class educational opportunities, and a visitor base of decision makers and management teams.

Already announced to speak are the likes of Andy Lee from the National Fire Chief’s Council who will be analysing in depth DEFRA’s Flood Rescue Concept, alongside the returning likes of Daniel M. Rosenburg from Gravitas International who will be discussing their award winning products. These seminar programmes are designed to not only give visitors industry relevant education, but to allow visitors to also get an in depth view into the products and services that are available on the market.

These seminars will complement the exhibitors displaying their cutting edge products, services, and technologies. With brands such as Wavin, SDS Ltd, FM Conway, and Stormmeister, the Flood Expo will have representatives from all over the globe. This is an unrivalled chance to meet these professionals, understand their products, and assess the capabilities against your own personal needs.

Supported by The Environment Agency and sponsored by Aquaclear Water Management, this year’s exhibition promises to be the most forward-thinking to date. The Environment Agency are an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and, among other critical responsibilities, are responsible for managing the risk of flooding from main rivers, reservoirs, estuaries and the sea. Meanwhile, Aquaclear Water Management are leading the water management industry, operating a national contracting service specialising in Waterway, Reed bed and Wetland Management.

The Flood Expo  2019 will be running alongside three other shows: Contamination Expo Series, RWM Exhibition and Future Resources Expo, allowing for unrivalled networking opportunities across all of the events. Tickets to The Flood Expo will grant access to the surrounding shows over both days, opening up visitors to all the benefits of the surrounding events. All of these shows will be providing their own valuable seminars and masterclasses, so the opportunity to learn from international professionals has never been larger.

Flood Expo tickets are free and readily available now from, where you can also find all the information about the event. If you wish to inquire about exhibiting opportunities, please get in contact with James Berryman on 01872 218007 or email

Cover photo taken from the Flood Expo gallery.
World’s largest flood prevention exhibition will be returning to the Birmingham NEC

World’s largest flood prevention exhibition will be returning to the Birmingham NEC

Here at Acclimatise, we are very proud to announce our partnership with The Flood Expo. On the 11th & 12th of September, the world’s largest flood prevention exhibition will be returning to the Birmingham NEC.

The Flood Expo, sponsored by Aquaclear Water Management and supported by The Environmental Agency, is the world’s largest exhibition designed to help the most progressive flood professionals discover the latest innovative products, services and strategies that transform the way flooding is predicted, prevented, and managed.

This year’s exhibition promises to be the most forward-thinking to date, housing 150 cutting- edge exhibitors, with the likes of what3words, The Forest Group and Hydronalix, as well as 100 expert led seminars from the world’s leading flood experts. Alongside our world-class lineup of CPD accredited, educational talks and demonstrations, will be an unprecedented scale of opportunities, products and services from the world’s most dominant flood defence and control companies, who will highlight new, cost-effective ways to prevent and manage floods.

This expo is entirely devoted to presenting strategies and groundbreaking technology to widespread flooding problems, with a focus on development in flood management, the future of flood defence infrastructure, delivery of flood risk management, case studies of flood experiences, affordable and accessible flood defence measures and future flooding and erosion risks in the UK as key features of the show.

Flood Expo 2019 has more space dedicated to networking than ever before. The shows networking area, sponsored by Gravitas International, is specifically designed for all professionals and business owners working in flood defence, prevention and prediction to interact and form long-lasting relationships in the most comfortable environment possible

Aside from the 150 industry leading exhibitors, visitors will also benefit from the expert-led seminar schedule, and the unrivalled lineup of keynote speakers to be announced in the coming months, so keep an eye on our social media!

With exhibitors from across many sectors all coming together under one roof, it is hard to find a reason not to attend. Instead of spending hours looking at companies on the internet, speak to the people behind the solution face to face.

For full details and to register for your free ticket to attend please visit

Cover photo by Nicole Honeywill on Unsplash.
Two-day workshop explores cost benefit analysis for climate change adaptation for sustainable flood management in cities

Two-day workshop explores cost benefit analysis for climate change adaptation for sustainable flood management in cities

A two-day training course from the 9th to 10th of May will provide city planners in Hungary with a better understanding of how to use Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) for climate change adaptation.

Through a series of plenary presentations and practical group exercises, the training will emphasise practical experiences and knowledge creation in relation to CBA impact assessment, economic valuation, damage cost assessment, adaptation costs and implementation and finance in a local and international context. The course is run in combination with an online learning course.

The specific course objectives include:

  • Understanding the different concepts and factors determining the risks from extreme climate events
  • Understand the data requirements in urban flood modelling and how to apply these in climate risk assessments
  • Understanding the basic terms of CBA and knowing each step required in conducting a CBA
  • Using a CBA tool to conduct a simple CBA
  • Grasping what instruments are available to raise revenues locally and internationally for urban adaptation, and identifying challenges faced by city planners in financing urban adaptation.

Through this course, city planners in Hungary will be in a better position to build resilience to flooding and more broadly climate change.

The course is organised by the Technical University of Denmark in collaboration with Climate-KIC, Acclimatise, Pannon Pro Innovation Services, the National University of Public Service and the Association of Climate-Friendly Municipalities.   

Key experts include Lisa Bay, Kirsten Halsnaes, Per S. Kaspersen, Max Steinhausen, Michel Wortmann, and our very own Virginie Fayolle who will be presenting and facilitating a panel discussion around the challenges and opportunities for cities to finance urban resilience.

For more information download the information pack below.

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Final meeting to approve country work programme that aims to boost capacity of Belize to access world’s largest climate fund

Final meeting to approve country work programme that aims to boost capacity of Belize to access world’s largest climate fund

Like other low-lying coastal nations, Belize is particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Its geographical location leaves the country exposed to the risk of rising sea levels and increasing frequency and intensity of tropical storms and hurricanes that have traditionally hit the area with catastrophic consequences. Additionally, its economic dependence on natural resources heightens its vulnerability to rising temperatures and the resulting impacts on a variety of socio-economic sectors and on the environment of coastal areas and forests.

Research indicates that climate change impacts could cost the twenty-four island nations of the Caribbean a total $11 billion by 2025, but these figures are likely to be an underestimate. The costs of inaction cannot be ignored. And while preparing for such impacts and a low carbon pathway are critical, they are costly. The Green Climate Fund (known as the GCF), offers an attractive source of funding to achieve these goals. The GCF is currently capitalised at USD 10.3 Billion and is the largest climate change fund in the world.

To date, GFC has funded two projects involving Belize, including a multi-country project on energy efficiency and renewable energy implemented through the European Investment Bank (EIB), approved in April 2017; and a national project promoting climate-smart agricultural production implemented through the International Fund for Agriculture and Development (IFAD), approved more recently, in February 2019.

Belize has also received support through grant funding from the GCF to boost the capacities of the country to access international finance for investments in climate change projects. Since February 2018, the Belize’s  Ministry of Economic Development and Petroleum (MEDP) in collaboration with the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) has been running a project, “Capacity Building of National Designated Authority (NDA) and Preparation of Country Strategic Framework”, to strengthen the capacities of the MEDP and to prepare a Country Strategic Framework to guide Belize’s engagement with the GCF.

The project is approximately 14 months in duration, expected to end in April 2019, and is being delivered with the support of Acclimatise, a UK-based climate change adaptation and climate finance consultancy, together with a national consultant.

The MEDP plays an important role in facilitating access to the GCF in Belize and is responsible for acting as the focal point for communications with the GCF and national organisations, identifying national funding priorities, giving no-objection to project proposals, and nominating national organisations for accreditation.

Since the project inception, a broad consultative process has been set up, involving all relevant public sector agencies, businesses and business associations as well as academia and civil society organisations in Belize. Through three workshops and a large number of one-to-one meetings with key stakeholders and donors, conducted between April and November 2018, the MEDP and the project team have built a Country Programme containing a pipeline of potential projects to be funded by GCF and key steps for their implementation. This pipeline not only provides funding priorities for climate change but also aligns with the country’s sustainable development priorities and key sectors.

A final meeting will be hosted by MEDP on 27th March 2019 from 8:30 to 4:30 pm at the Radisson Hotel in Belize City.

The meeting aims to present key aspects of the draft Country Programme and the priority projects proposed for GCF funding and receive feedback from participants. All relevant stakeholders in Belize have been invited to provide comments on the draft document and to participate to the consultative process to inform and validate the Country Programme. By project completion, Belize will have significantly increased its capacity on accessing GCF finance.


About Ministry of Economic Development and Petroleum (MEDP)

The Ministry of Economic Development and Petroleum in Belize formulates and recommends national development policies, strategies and programmes to promote macroeconomic stability, sustainable socioeconomic development and the reduction of poverty.

About the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC):

The Belize-based Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) coordinates the region’s response to climate change. Officially opened in August 2005, the Centre is the key node for information on climate change issues and the region’s response to mitigating and adapting to climate change. CCCCC sought accreditation to the GCF in 2015 to undertake and scale up both mitigation and adaptation projects across the region in order to drive a paradigm shift in the region’s development patterns.

About the Green Climate Fund

The Green Climate Fund (GCF) is a global fund created to support the efforts of developing countries to respond to the challenge of climate change. GCF helps developing countries limit or reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and adapt to climate change. It seeks to promote a paradigm shift to low-emission and climate-resilient development, taking into account the needs of nations that are particularly vulnerable to climate change impacts.

It was set up by the 194 countries who are parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in 2010, as part of the Convention’s financial mechanism. It aims to deliver equal amounts of funding to mitigation and adaptation, while being guided by the Convention’s principles and provisions.


Ms. Yvonne Hyde, of the Ministry of Economic Development and Petroleum:

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Join the debate at Asia Climate Week

Join the debate at Asia Climate Week

The Global Weather Enterprise (GWE) is the name coined for the organisations and individuals in the commercial, public and academic sectors who contribute to scientific research, technology, observations, modelling, forecasting, and forecast products and services associated with weather & climate change.

The GWE has a major role to play when it comes to mitigating and managing and giving early warning of the increasing impacts of extreme weather & climate change.

However, whilst it is widely accepted that the commercial, public and academic constituents of the GWE must co-operate if they are to address the huge challenges ahead, there is an increasingly vociferous debate about how this might be best achieved.

Taking the debate one step further …

Since its launch in 2014, InterMET Asia has helped facilitate this debate by bringing the GWE together to talk candidly, without the pre-set, formal agendas that characterise most other meetings.

In 2019 this will be taken a step further with a debate – What is the single biggest challenge facing the GWE in the next five years and how can it be addressed?

This is your chance to join that debate and have your say. What do you think is the single biggest challenge facing the GWE in the next five years? And more importantly, how do you think this challenge can be met?

To get the ball rolling, we’ve asked some experts what they think.

The challenges they’ve come up with include:

  • Building trust & co-operation between the public, private and academic sectors.
  • Building a long-term sustainable approach, especially in the developing countries, to addressing extreme weather and climate change.
  • Striking a balance between existing and new technologies.
  • Making weather data accessible to all, and especially to the less well-off countries.
  • Bringing hydrology & meteorology together.

Now have your say …

  • What do you think is the biggest challenge facing the GWE?
  • How do you think it can be met?
  • What are the issues standing in the way that must be resolved?

To make your views known, contact the InterMET Asia, Conference Director here >>

What you will take away from InterMET Asia 2019

From the Conference:

InterMET Asia, now in its 6th year, is one of the leading events on the calendar of the ‘Global Weather Enterprise’ – bringing together leading players the public, private and academic sectors who share the common goal of providing accurate and reliable weather information and services that save lives, protect infrastructure and enhance economic output.

The main theme of the 2019 conference programme is urbanisation and the rise of mega-cities and you will:

  • Understand the increasingly important role weather, hydrology and related information has in the urban environment.
  • Learn about the latest innovations in the use of weather and related information to support the activities of weather affected businesses and essential services – including aviation & transport; energy generation and supply; agriculture; and health services.
  • Get an inside track on the very latest technologies for acquiring, processing and applying weather, flood and related data across business and essential services.
  • Meet many of the world’s leading commercial providers of hydrometeorology technology and forecasting services and discuss how they can meet your requirements.

See the full conference programme

From the Exhibition:

InterMET Asia 2018 set new records, with over 80 participating organisations showcasing innovative technologies and solutions designed to address the impact of weather and flooding on business, critical infrastructure and essential services.

The exhibition offers speakers and delegates an excellent opportunity to meet top experts from the meteorology, hydrology and flood management and mitigation areas.

The exhibition and workshops are free of charge to attend, with different delegate options to suit your schedule and budget.

Find out more:

Register now: benefit from a 25% Acclimatise discount using the code ACCLIMATISE

International support and co-operation

InterMET Asia, along with InterFLOOD Asia and InterAIR Asia, is part of the international co-operation framework comprising the World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction & Recovery (GFDRR), the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), and the Association of the Hydro-Meteorological Equipment Industry (HMEI). Supporters include the Singapore National Environment Agency and Meteorological Services Singapore.

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Asia Climate Week 27-28 March, Suntec Singapore, brings world-class expertise together

Asia Climate Week 27-28 March, Suntec Singapore, brings world-class expertise together

Asia is the world’s economic powerhouse with most of the world’s fastest growing economies in the region.

But as weather events get more extreme and climate change deepens, are the regions businesses – most directly or directly influenced by the weather – best positioned to meet the challenges and take advantage of the new business opportunities being created?

The 6th InterMET Asia conference and exhibition brings the global weather and climate industry together. Dedicated to the use of weather information routinely, and to mitigate, manage and build resilience the event will examine the growing impacts of extreme weather and climate change.

For 2019 it is joined by the 2nd InterFLOOD Asia flood management and mitigation conference and exhibition, with the debut InterAIR Asia focused on air quality monitoring, measurement and improvement.

The result is Asia Climate Week – the most important coming together ever of expertise on weather & climate-related environmental issues for the Asia, Africa and Pacific regions. The conference runs from 25-29 March and the exhibition from 27-28 March.

For 2019, InterMET Asia and InterFLOOD Asia will be joined by the debut InterAIR Asia. As a prelude to a full exhibition and conference launch in 2020, this will initially comprise a series of expert conference sessions.

World class conference programme: Harnessing the power of weather information to save lives, build resilience and enhance economic output and social well-being

The InterMET Asia conference takes the theme of Urbanisation and the rise of the Megacity, – four intensive days packed with hard hitting expert presentations, discussions and workshops from the public, private and academic sectors of the Global Weather Enterprise.

InterFLOOD Asia sessions will address the challenges posed by extreme weather and flooding, focussing on management, mitigation and resilience, including a session dedicated to urban planning.  Two InterAIR Asia presentations will investigate the impact of air quality in urban environments, with a focus on public health.

Overall, ​the programme will: ​

  • Illustrate how weather data is being used routinely by public and private enterprise to enhance efficiency and profitability
  • Examine the key role of weather and related data in meeting the growing challenge of extreme weather & climate change to the urban environment
  • Highlight the latest developments in hydrometeorology technology, information and forecasting services, and impact early warning systems
  • Demonstrate the importance of relevant, effective and timely communications
  • Show how key public and private organisations are using hydrometeorology to save lives, build resilience and enhance economic output

International support and co-operation

InterMET Asia, along with InterFLOOD Asia and InterAIR Asia, is part of the international co-operation framework comprising the World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction & Recovery (GFDRR), the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), and the Association of the Hydro-Meteorological Equipment Industry (HMEI). Supporters include the Singapore National Environment Agency and Meteorological Services Singapore.

Find out more:

Register now: benefit from a 25% Acclimatise discount

Discount Code: ACCLIMATISE

Earth Observation for Impact: GEO Symposium 2019

Earth Observation for Impact: GEO Symposium 2019

Join the global Earth observation community in Geneva from 27-29 May for the 2019 GEO Symposium, as representatives from GEO’s 70+ Work Programme activities and initiatives share their progress, knowledge and make plans to maximise the impact of Earth observations for sustainable development.

Why attend?

The 2019 Symposium takes place at a critical moment in the development of the 2020-2022 GEO Work Programme. Participants will have the opportunity to take part in discussions that will shape GEO’s direction over the next three years.

Who should attend?

All those currently involved in GEO Flagships, Initiatives, Community Activities or Foundational Tasks are invited to come and share their experiences and knowledge with the GEO community. Those who are proposing new activities for inclusion in the GEO Work Programme are strongly urged to attend. We also encourage participation from users and providers of Earth observation data and information who are new to GEO and are interested in getting involved.


The GEO Symposium agenda will be available on GEO’s website shortly.

For more information, please contact Craig Larlee:

EO4SD Climate Resilience stakeholder & capacity building workshop

EO4SD Climate Resilience stakeholder & capacity building workshop

Colleagues from international finance institutions (IFIs) and their client states are invited to join the EO4SD Climate Resilience cluster on 13 March 2019, one day before the One Planet Summit in Nairobi: Africa’s Pledge, for a stakeholder and capacity building workshop at the ICPAC offices in Nairobi, Kenya.

The workshop aims to demonstrate the value of Earth observation data to climate-resilient development through a series of presentations, discussions, and hands-on training.

During the workshop the EO4SD Climate Resilience cluster will:

  • Provide valuable insights into how IFIs and their client states can use Earth observation data to support climate-resilient development;
  • Discuss stakeholder needs and requirements, especially with regards to projects on the African continent;
  • Provide applicable and useful information about Copernicus Sentinel data and services, which offers full, free and open access;
  • Showcase the proposed services of the EO4SD Climate Resilience cluster and how they can be used (e.g. drought monitoring, wetland monitoring, ecosystem evaluation, flooding, soil erosion, etc.);
  • Offer a training session about the EO4SD Climate Resilience platform, including downloading data, visualizing it, and creating of customized products (e.g. water quality indexes, vegetation indexes, etc.).

More information coming soon!

For additional information, please contact EO4SD Climate Resilience coordinator Dr. Carlos Doménech.

Please register by using the following link.