A new paper by Prof. Alberto Troccoli exploring the relationship between socio-economic activity and climate and geography variables has been published today.
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SCIENTISTS AND INDUSTRY EXPERTS JOIN FORCES TO IMPROVE USE OF SEASONAL CLIMATE FORECASTS IN NINE ENERGY AND WATER CASES
Norwich, UK. 12/03/18 Organisations from across Europe are analysing nine case studies to demonstrate if seasonal climate forecasts can help the energy and water sectors make more accurate [...]
Prof. Alberto Troccoli gives talk to Teenagers at Bright Green Future about Climate and Renewable Energy
17th February 2018, Norwich UK Teenagers on the Bright Green Future environmental leadership programme received a talk about Climate and Renewable Energy from the World Energy & Meteorology [...]
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS), the World Energy & Meteorology Council (WEMC) and the Beijing Climate Center are very pleased to [...]