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Clim-Run Project

CLIM-RUN Project (2011-2014) aims at developing a protocol for applying new methodologies and improved modeling and downscaling tools for the provision of adequate climate information at regional to local scale that is relevant to and usable by different sectors of society (policymakers, industry, cities, etc.).
 

Differently from current approaches, CLIM-RUN will develop a bottom-up protocol directly involving stakeholders early in the process with the aim of identifying well defined needs at the regional to local scale. The improved modeling and downscaling tools will then be used to optimally respond to these specific needs. The protocol is assessed by application to relevant case studies involving interdependent sectors, primarily tourism and energy, and natural hazards (wild fires) for representative target areas (mountainous regions, coastal areas, islands).
 

CLIM-RUN is thus also intended to provide the seed for the formation of a Mediterranean basin-side climate service network which would eventually converge into a pan-European network. The general time horizon of interest for the project is the future period 2010-2050, a time horizon that encompasses the contributions of both inter-decadal variability and greenhouse-forced climate change.
 

Comunità Europea

Seventh Framework Programme

Funded under the European Commision’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
Dr. Claus Brüning, EU Scientific Officer


ENEA

Dr. Paolo M Ruti, CLIM-RUN Project Coordinator
Head Climate & Impact Modeling Laboratory
Energy and Environmental Modeling Unit
ENEA









CLIMRUN Final Meeting Picture Gallery

Here you can find a picture gallery of the last CLIMRUN Meeting that has been held in Venice the February 24-25, 2014

CLIM-RUN Final Governing Board Meeting


San Giorgio Maggiore (Venezia), Italy

February 24-25, 2014