Statement Environmental research infrastructures are the key elements to monitor the dynamics of our planet over longer time scales. Challenges resulting from climate change, biodiversity loss, exceeding carbon emissions, and natural or anthropogenic hazards can only be fully assessed by … Continued
For the present environmental global research panorama, it becomes essential to make research infrastructures more and more interconnected in order to enhance efficiency in addressing global challenges. The project COOP+, funded by the European Commission within HORIZON 2020 programme, has … Continued
The Paris Agreement on Climate sets the international objective to keep climate warming well below two degrees, and « to reach global peaking of greenhouse gas emissions as soon as possible … and to undertake rapid reductions thereafter in accordance … Continued
What? This meeting has been organised as part of the COOP+ project and it examined how environmental Global Challenges can be better understood and tackled by improving how Research Infrastructures collaborate and cooperate together and with research groups on a … Continued
This Focus Collection (special issue), with guest-coeditors Francisco Bonet-García (LifeWatch, LTER), Hank Loescher (NEON), Philippe Ciais (ICOS), Tina Dohna (Marum), Dario Papale (ICOS), Michael Mirtl (LTER) and others to be defined, is oriented to environmental global challenges and research infrastructures. … Continued
EGU2017 is approaching and COOP+ will be very active during that week. Here you find the most relevant activities: Monday 24th 8:45-9:00 – Talk “Cooperation of international Research Infrastructures to address environmental global challenges”, by Francisco Bonet, Project Coordinator (Room … Continued
Our project was presented in EGU 2016 during the session called “Integrated Research Infrastructures and Services in Geosciences“. The project coordinator presented this text using the following embedded presentation.
Kick-off Meeting (Granada, 19-20 May) The meeting was held at Carmen de la Victoria in Granada (Spain), on 19-20 May 2016. Nineteen participants from the different members of the Consortium attended the meeting. During the first day, a plenary session … Continued