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The 2017 European Climate Research Alliance (ECRA) general assembly will take place on 7 and 8 March in Brussels. The deadline for registration has been extended to 28 February.

ECRA members 2017Climate scientists, policy makers and representatives from relevant climate initiatives are invited to the ECRA General Assembly 2017. This will be a forum to discuss climate research priorities, most vulnerable regions and opportunities for adaptation strategies, improving collaboration in climate research, advancing integrated science and impact assessments.

The general assembly will take place at Square Brussels Meeting Centre in the heart of Brussels. A copy of this year's agenda is available on the ECRA website.

The European Climate Research Alliance aims to strengthen, expand and optimise EU climate research capabilities through the sharing of world-class national facilities in Europe and the collaborative realisation of pan-EU programmes. National and European Climate change research programmes have to be streamlined and coordinated, in order to ensure optimum use of human resources, modelling capacities, field activities, and infrastructures, maximising therefore the impact of scientific results and reinforcing the European Research Area for climate change science.