Climateprediction.net works with scientific partners from around the world. Many of our projects are run by these partners, especially our regional modelling weather@home projects, where scientists in the study region take the lead with experiments in their local region.
Met Office – Hadley Centre
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), New Zealand
Running the New Zealand part of the weather@home ANZ heatwaves and droughts experiment.
The University of Melbourne – Department of Earth Science
Running the Australian part of the weather@home ANZ heatwaves and droughts experiment.
The Union of Concerned Scientists
Running the Climate Accountability project.
University of Exeter – Exeter Climate Systems Group
Running the HYDRA experiment.
Dr Ben Booth
Oregon State University – College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
Victoria University of Wellington – School of Geography, Environment and Earth Science
Pennsylvania State University – Department of Meteorology
University of Cape Town – Department of Environmental and Geographical Science
The American University of Paris, France
Carnegie Mellon University, USA – Engineering and Public Policy
Newcastle University, UK – School of Geography, Politics and Sociology
Sony Computer Science Laboratory, Paris – Sustainability Team
Dr Kuniko Yamazaki