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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.

Over the next two days (8-9 February) representatives from the 16 partner organisations taking part in the EU Horizon 2020-funded APPLICATE project will be meeting at Klimahaus (Climate House) in Bremerhaven, Germany, to begin their collaborative efforts to improve climate and weather prediction for the Arctic and the mid-latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, as well as contributing to improved Arctic observations.

Bremerhaven, 14 November 2016

An EU-financed project investigating ways to improve weather and climate prediction in the face of a rapidly changing Arctic officially started this month.