Published September 16, 2019 | Version v1
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How can we use climate predictions to adapt to the future?

  • 1. Sams Research Services Ltd,
  • 2. University of Lapland
  • 3. ISGlobal
  • 4. DNV GL
  • 5. Norwegian Research Centre
  • 6. DTU Aqua
  • 7. Institute For Advanced Sustainability Studies
  • 8. Danish Meteorological Institute


We are all facing a changing climate.

Businesses, policymakers, and local communities need to access reliable weather and climate information to safeguard human health, wellbeing, economic growth, and environmental sustainability.

However, important changes in climate variability and extreme weather events are difficult to pinpoint and account for in existing modelling and forecasting tools. Moreover, many changes in the global climate are linked to the Arctic, where climate change is occurring rapidly, making weather and climate prediction a considerable challenge.


Blue-Action has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 727852



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Blue-Action – Arctic Impact on Weather and Climate 727852
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