EU-MACS Coordinator: Prof. Adriaan Perrels, forename.surname@fmi.fi

Outputs

Reports
  • D1.1 Review and Analysis of Climate Services Market Conditions
  • D1.2 Existing Resourcing And Quality Assurance of Current Climate Services – Revised
  • D1.3 Existing Data Infrastructures for Climate Services – Revised
  • D1.4 A multi-layer exploration on innovations for climate services markets
  • D3.1 Report on the results of explorations of climate services market development in tourism sector
  • D4.1 Outlining the urban climate services playing field – climate services and risk management at urban level, the institutional structures, and options for information sharing – Revised
  • D6.1 Detailed and revised dissemination & outreach strategy and plan
  • Final dissemination report – To be expected in November 2018
  • Prospects for Climate Service Market Dynamics – projections, enhancement measures, and innovation options – a bi-project synthesis report – To be expected in November 2018
  • Overall effects of market development approaches and related innovations – To be expected in July 2018
  • Summary report on the second series of workshops – To be expected in April 2018
  • Report on the results of explorations of climate services market development in finance sector – To be expected in March 2018
  • First 12-month dissemination report – To be expected in February 2018
  • Open Data Research Pilot and Data Management Plan – To be expected in June 2017
  • Protocols
  • New! D3.2 Climate services supporting tourism development – FAQs
  • New! Guidelines for developing and implementing Living Lab for climate services in urban planning for adaptation and mitigation
  • Engagement protocols with the purpose of eliciting market development ideas and actions in the finance sector – To be expected in March 2018
  • Policy Briefs
  • Policy Brief for Tourism (auf Deutsch)
  • New! D3.3 Options for climate services market enhancement and related innovations for the tourism sector
  • Policy implications and recommendations and promising business, resourcing and innovation models for climate services – To be expected in September 2018
  • Policy recommendations and promising resourcing and business models to boost the use of CS – To be expected in November 2018
  • Policy brief for climate services market enhancement and related innovations for urban planning – To be expected in May 2018
  • Options for climate services market enhancement and related innovations for the financial sector – To be expected in May 2018
  • Articles
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