EPESC Webinar series

The WCRP Explaining and Predicting Earth System Change Lighthouse Activity invites you to join the third webinar of the series that will provide a discussion forum on topics focused on predicting and explaining a range of different climate phenomena and events, while supporting the further development of a scientific agenda. This third webinar will focus on global and regional changes in drought and aspects related to a changing climate.


  • Aiguo Dai (University at Albany, USA): Drought

The International Space Science Institute (ISSI) in Bern and ISSI in Beijing (ISSI-BJ) invite scientists to submit proposals for International Team projects. International Teams are small groups of scientists involved in space science research, working together on data analysis, theory, and models. Please click the link above to find out more. Proposals must be submitted by 16 March 2023.


Upcoming discussion on Climate Tipping Points: how to tip society, not the planet, taking place on 26 January 2023, 15:00 - 16:30 CET. AIMES, the Earth Commission, Future Earth, and the WCRP Safe Landing Climates Lighthouse Activity organizes a webinar on social tipping points as part of a series that aims to advance the knowledge about tipping points, irreversibility, and abrupt changes in the Earth system. It supports efforts to increase consistency in treatment of tipping elements in the


Stratosphere-troposphere Processes And their Role in Climate

The WCRP Climate and Cryosphere (CliC) Core project is launching an open call for nominations to its Scientific Steering Group (SSG). We seek nominations (including self-nominations) from scientists active in cryosphere-related research, both in the natural and social sciences, including those studying the interaction of ecosystems, fisheries and communities with the one or more cryosphere components.  



The WCRP Earth System Modelling and Observations (ESMO) Core Project coordinates, advances, and facilitates all modelling, data assimilation and observational activities within WCRP, working jointly with all other WCRP projects and providing strategic connections to related external programs. It follows a seamless and value chain approach across all Earth system components, disciplines, and scales. The modelling and observational activities under ESMO are central to the provision of


The demand for and interest in CMIP data is growing rapidly with users coming from an increasingly diverse range of backgrounds beyond the climate research community including climate services, impact modelling, regional and local policy/decision makers and indigenous communities from across the globe. This task team will seek to smooth the path between the conception of experiments and the use of the resulting data. We are looking for a diverse and multidisciplinary team of 8-12 experts