ECRA will organise a side session at the COP26, on 01 Nov, online, on
"The Journey from Scientific insights to Societal Action"
The European Climate Research Alliance (ECRA) is an association of 23 leading European research institutions. ECRA’s objective is to bring together, expand and optimise expertise in climate research through a bottom-up approach. The initiative is a platform for joint research planning by sharing existing national research capacities and infrastructures. ECRA acts as a unified voice for climate research in Europe.
ECRA's core activities are represented in four Collaborative Programmes.
|CP Arctic [ARC]||CP High Impact Events [HIE]||CP Sea Level Change and Coastal Impacts [SLC]||CP Changes in the Hydrological Cycle [CHC]|
ECRA's member institutions are from nine European countries. Read more »
Organisational Chart of ECRA:
ECRA Factsheets, White Papers, and Strategy & Work Plans of its four Collaborative Programmes. Read more »
ECRA Newsletter “Science Briefs” Read more »