Date: October 11-13, 2022.
Venue: Kulturhuset in Oslo, Norway, and online.
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Free of charge! First come – first serve: max 50 onsite participants.
The deadline for registration is 30 September at 23:59 UTC.
The main objectives of this workshop are to:
- promote reconciliation of global and regional climate models (GCMs, RCMs), empirical statistical downscaling (ESD) and historical observations/reanalyses for better information in support of robust future climate outlooks and climate change adaptation
- discuss how to further facilitate the use of climate information that is embedded in the data that it produces
- discuss what information is needed for various purposes and how to use it.
How do we best use the available information based on the context? We will discuss principles for consolidating downscaled information in decision-making/climate services/climate change adaptation. We also want to bring in know-how on how to involve statistics. The workshop, hosted by the Norwegian Meteorological Insitute, is held in collaboration with the Norwegian Public Health Institute and the Norwegian Centre for Climate Services, to foster co-production of knowledge on climate-health issues and for the provision of robust actionable information.