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Project

 
European Climate and weather Events: Interpretation and Attribution (EUCLEIA) project logo

EUCLEIA: European Climate and weather Events: Interpretation and Attribution

Status: ongoing
Publication State: published

Abstract

Climate change is expected to impact extreme weather in Europe. There is therefore a clear need to adapt effectively to climate change, particularly in Europe, where recent heatwaves, floods and droughts have demonstrated the vulnerability of European citizens to extreme weather. However, scientifically robust information about the extent to which recent extreme weather can be linked to climate variability and change is often lacking.

Aims:
* provide well verified assessments of the extent to which such weather-related risks have changed due to human influences on climate.
* identify those types of weather events where the science is still too uncertain to make a robust assessment of attributable risk.

Approach:
EUCLEIA will work closely with stakeholders to establish their requirements for event attribution products, and to help develop climate attribution strategies. Stakeholder groups include: insurance industry, regional managers, policy makers, general public, legal field.

Abbreviation: eucleia-proj
Keywords: eucleia, event, attribution, extreme, validation