Last week CPDN scientists travelled to Nairobi and, together with Kenyan scientists, gave humanitarian organizations, policy makers and journalists in East Africa critical and timely information on how the Kenyan and Somalian drought of 2016 were influenced by anthropogenic climate change and El Nino. The work was part of Raising Risk Awareness – a unique […]
Monday 27th February, 18.30-20.00 | Room 1.07 | Western Gateway Building | Western Road, UCC, Cork | Tickets free | Eventbrite Professor Allen will explore the role of human influence on climate in recent extreme weather events. The talk will present findings from recent analysis of storms in Ireland and UK to show […]
In keeping with the international outlook of the climateprediction.net project we have now added a new translation feature to the website. This translation feature is powered by Google Translate which provides automatic, machine-based translation.
With the Paris agreement freshly on everyone’s mind and in the media 2016 started of as a very exciting year for climate science. On a global scale it took slightly unexpected turns but from a scientific point of view 2016 was a year to celebrate in particular for CPDN. With respect to our knowledge and […]
Organized by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), the GOTHAM Summer School (18th-22nd September 2017) will train young scientists on a unique combination of interdisciplinary scientific topics and tools relevant for understanding teleconnections and their role in causing extreme weather events. Professor Wallom and Dr Sparrow will be training attendees on data management […]