10 insights 2020The ​10 New Insights in Climate Science 2020​ report was prepared by a consortium of 57 leading researchers from 21 countries. As a partnership of Future Earth, the Earth League, and the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP), the series synthesizes the latest sustainability research for the international science-policy community, with annual installments since 2017.

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In the past 15 years the media impact of the annual Global Carbon Budget has increased significantly. However, as the narrative on the global emissions trajectory starts to change, and the demand for scrutiny of emissions reduction efforts increases, the role of the Global Carbon Budget may need to shift.

To drive the evolution of the activity in an ongoing strategic review the Global Carbon Project would like you to provide them with feedback in filling out the survey at https://forms.gle/3uhdDa97LA3HMMHd8. This survey is intended to inform a strategic review process for the Global Carbon Budget and to explore new directions for greater impact.

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S2SThe Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction Project (S2S) Project is looking for a contractor to set up and implement a competition platform on the Renkulab facility hosted by the Swiss Data Science Center at ETH Zürich and EPFL. For more information, click the heading above.

WCRP and Future Earth have agreed to strengthen their partnership to jointly address the most pressing societal challenges associated with climate and environmental change. For more information and the full Joint Statement, click the heading above.

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We are delighted to report that Professor Veronika Eyring, Chair of WCRP's Coupled Modelling Intercomparison Project (CMIP) Panel has been selected as a recipient of Germany's most important research funding award. The Joint Committee of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) awarded the 2021 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize to Veronika, along with nine other scientists. We warmly congratulate Veronika in what is a very well deserved recognition of her work.

Eyring Prize 2021

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