Our first Science-to-Policy briefing is out!

Our first Science-to-Policy briefing is finally out!

This briefing is based on our first stakeholder forum discussions (October 2021) on current research priorities for climate policy. It explores the issues raised at that forum, detailing ESM2025’s contribution to each of the following policy-relevant topics:

    • The impact of climate change at both global and regional scales;
    • Long-term mitigation pathways and the need for negative emission technologies and nature-based mitigation solutions;
    • The role of ESM2025 in international research initiatives such as the next phase of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP7).

This briefing is the first in a series of policy briefings that will address questions and requests arising from our ongoing dialogues with the stakeholder community. This follows our goal of providing usable and relevant knowledge to guide policy and decision makers in the development of climate mitigation and adaptation strategies.

Do not hesitate to check it out!

Authors of the briefing
This briefing has been prepared by: Roland Séférian, Mariana Rocha and Anna Vermunt (Météo France/CNRM); Hazel Jeffery and Colin Jones (University of Leeds); Katrine Petersen and Joeri Rogelj (Imperial College London); Ben Sanderson (CICERO); and Chris Jones (MetOffice).