Published November 30, 2019 | Version v1
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Roadshows showcasing mid-term results of climate-services case studies to larger business audiences (D8.13)

  • 1. Climate-KIC Aps
  • 2. Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut
  • 3. SAMS Research Services Ltd
  • 4. Arctic Centre of the University of Lapland
  • 5. Institute For Advanced Sustainability Studies e.V.
  • 6. City Council of Almada
  • 7. Barcelona Institute for Global Health
  • 8. DTU AQUA
  • 9. DNV GL:
  • 10. Institute of World Economy and International Relations
  • 11. Foresight Intelligence GbR
  • 12. A.M. Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences
  • 13. Rukakeskus Ltd.


The Blue-Action the teams are working at different levels in stakeholder engagement. In the project we define direct stakeholders as the series of end-users who contribute directly to the co-design of climate services and information services, and who benefit directly from the project results. In Blue-Action WP5 “Developing and Valuing Climate Services and Information Services”, the five case studies have been involving several stakeholders in their work. Most of the stakeholders in the case studies are direct “beneficiaries” of the project in terms of EU funding, i.e. fully-fledged partners receiving Horizon 2020 funding for their activities in the project who contribute to the co-design of the climate and information services in this project. Additional indirect stakeholders are involved in the activities planned together by our WP5 and WP8 “Communication, Dissemination, Engagement and Exploitation” and benefit from the co-designed products and services.

This report concerns delivery D8.13: Roadshow showing the mid-term results of WP5 to larger business audiences which is part of a larger focus on Engagement with emerging business actors. In Blue-Action WP5, the set of five case studies bring scientists together with stakeholders (local government and business players) to co-develop products that “translate” the model outputs and improved modelling skill developed in the Blue-Action WPs 1-4 into societal- and sector-relevant products i.e. climate services and targeted information services.

The goal is to establish a dialogue between the WP5 Case Studies, the project scientists, going beyond the cooperation achieved in WP5, and fostering cross-fertilisation of ideas, inspiration and synergies with other business sectors and potential end-users of the climate services under development in WP5.

This publication summarizes the activities involved in dissemination of the 5 case studies which jointly form the D8.13 delivery.


The Blue-Action project 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
European Commission