Engaging approaches and services for meaningful climate actions

Consortium

University of Novi Sad Faculty of Sciences (Serbia)

Wageningen University (Netherlands)

Loughborough University (United Kingdom)

Universitat Autonoma De Barcelona (Spain)

Uniwersytet SWPS (Poland)

Stichting Climate Adaptation Services (Netherlands)

Predictia Intelligent Data Solutions SL (Spain)

CESIE (Italy)

Previsico Limited (United Kingdom)

University for Development Studies (Ghana)

Geographical locations

About the Project

ClearClimate is aimed to create an International, Interdisciplinary, and Intersectoral (“3-i”) for creative scholars with strong theoretical and practical skills, needed to tackle the major challenges of the Climate Information Services (CIS) development.

The focus will be on developing staff and partner skills in the areas of user-centred design and behavioural science coupled with improved computational techniques which in turn will offer more appropriate and efficacious CIS solutions.

The researchers will upgrade their “soft skills” that will enable them to transfer effectively their knowledge to the productive world, thus fostering the European market to create innovation. These will result from a close partnership between the academy, providing the researchers with up-to-date training and knowledge on cutting-edge research on targeted multidisciplinary topics, and a group of industries, who will complete the competencies of the ERs and ESRs by exposing them to practical and real-life challenges in CIS development.

Title: Engaging approaches and services for meaningful climate actions
Acronym: ClearClimate
GA ID: 101131220
Start Date: 1 November 2023
End Date: 31 October 2027
Funded Under: Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA)
Coordinator: University of Novi Sad Faculty of Sciences (Serbia)
EU contribution: 1.209.800,00 EUR

The main domains of interest of the ClearClimate project lie in the interconnected areas of climate change and climate extremes, data visualization, decision sciences, communication, accessibility, eye tracking research methodology and visual attention models, and XAI, which are the most relevant disciplines for the development of the frameworks for effective CIS. Secondments, soft skills training, exploitation of scientific results, dissemination, and public engagement, play also a central role in this network since they are designed to promote the dissemination of excellent research and diffusion of innovation in Europe.

The creation of such an international, cross-sectoral, multidisciplinary, and life-long network of ERs and ESRs, trained across sectors in an innovative way, will direct Europe to strengthen its international R&I.

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