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Early human impact on the climate in Europe

Long before the industrial revolution humans have cut down forest to make room for arable land and pasture, or to improve the possibilities for hunting. Such changes in the vegetation impact the local climate, and therefore there are reasons to believe that human activities have impacted the …

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National symposium in Norrköping focuses on climate research

What is happening to the climate and what role does climate research play in society? Together with the strategic research areas MERGE and BECC, as well as the Bolin Centre for Climate Research, SMHI is arranging a climate symposium in Norrköping on 16-18 May 2022, the Swedish Climate Symposium.

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SMHI and CORDEX workshop on regional climate modelling in Bangladesh

A series of training activities in South Asia to build climate information capacity started in 2020. The aim is to help understand climate projections and produce information for use in different sectoral applications.

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On a pathway to resilient and sustainable societies

The research project ARCPATH (Arctic Climate Predictions: Pathways to Resilient, Sustainable Societies) has been completed after four years. The aim of the project has been to investigate pathways to resilient and sustainable societies by developing climate projections in the Arctic and to …

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CORDEX workshop on climate information in Southeast Asia reaches 1 400 participants

Participants from the Southeast Asian region met online for the CORDEX SEA Outreach and Capacity Building Workshop 15-17 November 2021.

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