Climate Extremes: Heatwaves, Changes in Ice, Drought, Floods: free webinar, June 13

A useful learning and networking opportunity for anyone interested in climate tech: The Climate Extremes: Heatwaves, Changes in Ice, Drought, Floods free webinar on June 13.

Workshop five will address extreme weather events such as the recent historical floods in Pakistan and how to use Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS) European Drought Observatory data for drought monitoring. It will also cover monitoring of sea ice in the polar regions.


  • General Introduction, Christine Traeger Chatterjee (EUMETSAT)
  • Historical Floods in Pakistan, Peter Salamon (DG JRC)
  • Ocean Heatwaves, Sea Level Rise, Ben Loveday (Innoflair)
  • Drought Monitoring with Copernicus Emergency Service European Drought Observatory Data, Valentin Rakovsky (AFP)
  • Sea Ice Anomalies, Zack Labe (Princeton University & NOAA)
  • Air Temperature Anomalies in Arctic Regions, Antti Lipponen (Finnish Meteorological Institute)
  • The Antarctic in the Media, TBC
  • Monitoring the Greenland Icesheet, Jason Box (Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland)

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