The meeting took place in Brno (Czech Republic) and went through the main challenges and breakthroughs for the Copernicus Climate Change Service. The new Interactive Climate Atlas (due in 2024) was one of the main features in the event.
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We're traveling to South Eastern Spain, to the city of Alicante, where rain is progressively shifting its frequency and intensity due to climate change. We've taken part in a study of these patterns and its possible futures aiming at providing competent authorities and urban planners with the best possible data for adaptation.
Air pollution was behind at least 4.2 million premature deaths worldwide, according to World Health Organization estimates. Aiming at providing more trustworthy air-quality forecasts, we've developed a Deep Learning forecast model fed with open data.
Summer officially starts today! So we’ve (swim)suited up, put our flip-flops on, spread sunscreen even in the most out-of-reach parts of our backs and placed our cup properly on our heads. Why you ask? Because we want to talk about summer. About the European summer of the future in particular.
Will those clouds hold the rain for twenty more minutes so that I can get home dry? If you ever wondered this, or got rained on unexpectedly on your way to work, to the movies or taking a stroll then chances are you’d be interested in Próxima Hora, the newly added nowcasting tool in our app.
Have you ever heard, especially over the past few years, people saying "summer starts earlier these days"? Or "summer is getting longer"? Or even "we go straight from summer to winter"?
Here we present an interactive, town-per-town map showing an affirmative general trend - summer is getting longer in Spain indeed. And you'll also see it's getting shorter in some spots!