Science Highlights
23 February 2021

The digital revolution of Earth-system science

earth Pete Linford pixabayComputational science is crucial for delivering reliable weather and climate predictions. In this article published in  Nature Computational Science, the authors discuss the present limitations in the field and propose the design of a novel infrastructure that is scalable and more adaptable to future, yet unknown computing architectures.

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16 February 2021

Carlos Nobre, one of WCRP's long-time leaders, received the Science Diplomacy Award for Amazon Climate Efforts

Carlos Nobre, WMO SAP member and one of the long-time leaders of the WCRP and IGBP communities, expert in the effects of climate change in the Amazon and a leader in science policy for a sustainable Amazon, received the 2021 AAAS Award for Science...
15 February 2021

Public Review of 2021 Status Report on the Global Climate Observing System

GCOS invites everyone interested to take part in a public review of the draft of the 2021 Status Report on the Global Climate Observing System.
11 February 2021

Job Opportunity: Scientific Officer at the WCRP Secretariat

Under the overall guidance of the Director of the Science and Innovation (D/SI) and the direct supervision of the Head of the World Climate Research Division (H/WCR), the Scientific Officer will provide overall programmatic support to key WCRP science...
10 February 2021

First WCRP Climate Research Forum draws over 200 participants

The inaugural WCRP Climate Research Forum “Climate research priorities for the next decade”, which took place at the 2021 Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) Conference on 10 February 2021, was a great success and drew over 200...