Projects are at the core of WEMC work, and we lead on stakeholder engagement, communications and exploitation of results for the EU H2020 SECLI-FIRM Project, now in its final year. SECLI-FIRM [...]
Introduction In November 2020, our leading team of climate and energy data specialists launched Teal: a free, easy-to-use, interactive climate data visualisation tool. Teal enables you to explore [...]
The latest version 1.7 of the Teal tool is now online and free to explore! Teal is a free visual tool that enables you to explore climate variables and carbon emissions for the past 40+ years, [...]
The start to 2021 for the WEMC team has been focused on education. We were part of two bids for initiatives supporting the EU Green Deal call for education to ‘enable young people to act on [...]
Now version 1.0 of Teal is out in the wild, it has been amazing to hear about everyone using the tool. Teal was launched in mid-November 2020, if you have not seen it yet, check out our video on [...]
Did you ever dream about assessing climate change like a scientist? With the Teal tool, now you can.
Climate change is not only a political or academic matter anymore. The number of global citizens concerned about the threat of climate change is increasing. Barriers still exist to free, [...]
PRESS RELEASE 19 November 2020 Teal is a new free climate data tool, released by the World Energy & Meteorology Council (WEMC) and designed to raise awareness about our changing climate. It [...]
A leading team of climate and energy data specialists, graphic designers and software developers led by World Energy & Meteorology Council are proud to introduce Teal. This Tech bog will [...]
WEMC celebrates five productive years in the field of weather and climate for the energy transition!
We’re in celebratory mood as this November marks the significant 5th birthday of the World Energy & Meteorology Council (WEMC). As an international organisation working with stakeholders [...]
We were delighted to be part of a high-energy kick-off meeting this September launching the new FOCUS-Africa H2020 project, a 48-month, €7 million initiative funded by the European Commission. [...]