The Climate and Ocean Variability, Predictability, and Change International Project Office (CLIVAR IPO) based at the Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China, is hiring a Senior Staff Scientist.  Deadline for applications is 08 January 2024.  More information on the job specifications and application can be found here.  
Global Tipping Points Report 2023: Discussion with Section Leads Join section leads David Armstrong McKay, Steven Lade, Jonathan Donges, Manjana Milkoreit, Steve Smith, and Caroline Zimm for a webinar on the key insights from the recently launched Global Tipping Points Report. 
With several new initiatives on the way, the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) continues to be a leader in expanding our understanding of climate and the Earth system.
The Sixth WCRP International Conference on Reanalysis (ICR6) will take place in Tokyo from 28 October to 1 November 2024 under initiatives from the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP), the Japan Meteorological Agency, “Climate change actions with co-creation powered by Regional weather information and E-technology” (ClimCORE), and the University of Tokyo.  Dates: 28 October – 1 November, 2024 Venue: Ito International Research Center, The University of Tokyo, Hongo, Tokyo, Japan
The CLIVAR International Project Office hosted by the Ocean University of China, Qingdao, welcomes its new Director Dr Agus Santoso. Agus Santoso is a climate scientist specialising in the dynamics of Indo-Pacific climate variability and change, with broad interest in global thermohaline circulation and climate modelling.  Prior to joining the ICPO, he was a researcher with a PhD in physical oceanography based at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia.  During the two...
The World Climate Research Programme and Future Earth have convened a statement (to see the full text, click the heading above) from scientists around the world in response to comments regarding fossil fuel phaseout pathways. This statement has been covered in the New York Times. If you are a scientist, it's open for signature below.    SIGN HERE
WCRP SPARC community's new report on carbon footprint reduction is now published!
The World Climate Research Programme My Climate Risk (MCR) Lighthouse Activity is focused on making climate science meaningful at local (community-based) scales. MCR consists of an international network of regional hubs focussed on developing alternatives to existing climate science and institutional frameworks that will inform and facilitate locally-driven climate solutions. In this learning lab initial best practices, lessons learned, and experiences were shared, with opportunities for...
My Climate Risk was well represented at the WCRP Open Science Conference in Kigali, both in-person and online. The only formal MCR event was the Learning Lab, “Democratizing climate science: Making it meaningful at local scales”, led by the Argentina hub with assistance from several other MCR hubs.