Cordex News

  • In the latest CORDEX newsletter you can for instance read about our townhall at EGU24 and about the early days of CORDEX. CORDEX Newsletter April 2024

  • Are you planning to attend the EGU24 in Vienna in April? If so join us at the townhall meeting that we are organizing together with CMIP and RIfS: Information for society: from CMIP to decision makers  The challenges of producing information for society based on climate science include everything from data access to the treatment of uncertainty and expert judgment over what constitutes robust, decision-ready information. WCRP programs tasked with supporting the production and use of climate data are interested in understanding the range of practices employed by the EGU community over this entire chain. We expect that there exist barriers relating to technical challenges, (lack of) process understanding, communicating with decision-makers about how to make sense of divergent data

  • You can now read a summary of the most important activities within CORDEX during 2023 in our latest newsletter. CORDEX report 2023

  • The reports from the CORDEX side events are now available! Read more here.    

  • The 14th General Assembly of the European – Coordinated Regional Climate Downscaling Experiment (EURO-CORDEX) – took place from 22nd to 25th of January, 2024. They also celebrated the 15th anniversary of the EURO-CORDEX initiative. Read about the meeting at the EURO-CORDEX website.

  • In Dhulikhel, Nepal the CORDEX South Asia domain held a workshop 18-20 December, organized by the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD). The workshop brought together providers of climate information, academia, as well as research organizations and provided an opportunity to map the use of future climate projection datasets and understand their needs and priorities with the aim to develop a strategy. It was a hybrid meeting, however most of the 12 participants attended and presented in person. The presentations by the participants provided an overview of the use of future climate projections. One presentation was made online from the Centre for Climate Change Research, IITM – Pune who provided a technical presentation on “the new CORDEX-WAS simulations: Use