Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) has published “European State of the Climate 2019”, an annual overview of climate trends and weather events, analysed in the context of historical patterns, for a broad range of climate indicators which contributes to the European Commission’s Green Deal and climate action.
“European State of the Climate 2019” is an annual report that provides an essential overview of the past year’s climate, contributing to the long-term perspective and providing a benchmark for future assessments of the environment. The report includes findings related to temperature, precipitation, sea ice, glaciers, vegetation cover, greenhouse gas concentrations and other accurate, relevant and accessible data to enable policymakers, researchers and business leaders to devise evidence-based road maps towards a sustainable future for all.
Read more about “European State of the Climate 2019” here.
Copernicus is the World’s largest and most ambitious Earth observation programme. It provides accurate, timely and easily accessible information to improve the management of the environment, understand and mitigate the effects of climate change and ensure civil security. Since 2017, the Institute for Environmental Solutions (IES) is a member and Latvia’s representative of Copernicus Relay and Academy networks. IES explains possibilities offered by the Copernicus program for national, business and public needs, organise training and information activities. Since 2015 IES in cooperation with European Space Agency is using Copernicus satellite data for assessment of different environmental and natural resources.
Find more about IES work in Copernicus network here.
Find more about IES cooperation with European Space Agency here.