About the ClimateChangePost
The ClimateChangePost brings the latest news on climate change and adaptation, based on the latest results in a large number of scientific journals, reports by the IPCC, the European Environment Agency, and many more. The focus is especially on Europe, but the latest news on climate change worldwide is also presented.
Europe’s vulnerabilities, the impact of the projected climate change, and the consequences for all countries in Europe and for all affected sectors are presented, based on a thorough literature research. Also, strategies to adapt to the consequences of climate change are presented. Links have been added to related websites, youtube videos and other presentations in the media that shed more light on the possible impacts of climate change.
The ClimateChangePost news site aims to help those who are searching for a quick, but well-substantiated summary of the impact of climate change in their country or their field of interest. The site shows that, in terms of adaptation strategies, a lot can be learned from studies and assessments in other countries. Besides, the site may be interesting for companies, authorities and research organisations to present themselves to readers looking for information in their field of action.
The ClimateChangePost is responsive for your smartphone as well, so you can easily read our articles wherever and whenever you feel like it.
The ClimateChangePost is based on three pillars:
1. Information database 'Europe in a changing climate'
This database includes information for each European country and all relevant themes. Just click on the map of Europe on the homepage to select a country and then select the theme you're interested in.
2. One minute read posts on the latests findings in science
Hundreds of articles that summarize scientific publications in 1 minute read posts for a wide audience. These articles are clearly arranged for all relevant themes and sectors.
3. Overview presentations on ‘Europe’s impacts in infographics’
Our infographic presentations summarize the current state of affairs of our knowledge about ‘Europe in a changing climate’ as far as we have been able to assemble from the available information. The presentations are not a personal view of the ClimateChangePost team. They are our summary of scientific results assembled so far. We aim to help those who are searching for a quick, but well-substantiated summary of the impacts of climate change in their country or their field of interest.
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