Two training courses will be held back-to-back in Qingdao, China, in July:

  1. CLIVAR-FIO Joint Summer School on ‘Ocean Macroturbulence and Its Role in Earth’s Climate’ (6 — 11 July 2020)
  2. UNESCO/IOC-RTRC-ODC Training Course on 'Regional Application of Coupled Climate Models' (13 — 22 July 2020)

Registration closes on 27 March 2020. For more information click the heading above.

Summer Schools 2020

WCRP congratulates the 2019 winners of the WCRP/WWRP International Prize for Model Development, Drs Clément Albergel and Baoqiang Xiang, and the WCRP/GCOS International Data Prize, Drs Phu Nguyen and Hamed Ashouri. The prize winners were announced at the WCRP 40th Anniversary Symposium in San Francisco on 8 December 2019. To learn more click the heading above.

Prizegiving 2019

The WCRP Climate Science Week took place last week in San Francisco. It included an early career workshop, 40th Anniversary Symposium, Union Session, 4 Town Halls, more than 40 science sessions and an exhibition booth. To find out more about this successful week, click the heading above.

WCRP 40th Anniversary Symposium

The WCRP Climate Science Week, taking place this week as part of the American Geophysical (AGU) Fall Meeting, began with a Joint Early Career Researcher (ECR) Workshop on Water Cycle in a 1.5° Warmer World: Interdisciplinary Approaches. To find out more, click the heading above.

ECR Workshop 2019

On Saturday the 7th of December, the #VirtualBlueCOP25 will hold a unique 24-hour event all around the world. It will give the opportunity to decision makers, scientists, activists, artists, NGOs and many more to share and take their work to the COP25 from their home country. Additionally, the 24-hour event will provide insights and updates on the international climate-ocean negotiations at COP25 with real-time discussion and analyses among a wide group of participants. To find out more, click the heading above. virtual blue