Registration: Towards real-time monitoring of climate action plans, ICOS Cities talks

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Towards real-time monitoring of climate action plans

TIME: Wednesday 29 March 2023 at 2 pm CET


2 pm CET - ICOS Cities annual meeting keynote speaker Kimberly Mueller (NIST)
2.30 pm CET - ICOS Cities annual meeting keynote speaker Amewu Antoinette Mensah (UGZ)
3 pm CET - Coffee break
3.30 pm CET - ICOS Cities Talks: Live Panel Discussion

This discussion concludes a series of three webinars, where the two previous sessions have looked into our current options of monitoring emissions on urban scale, and how on-going projects can respond to city needs using satellites, emission inventories, and in-situ data. This third webinar, a live face-to-face panel discussion, tries to find answers to how to bring the city climate plans closer to the data, and observations that are available, what are city expectations towards science, and what is the availability of data products produced based on urban studies. 

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This talk is the third part of a new ICOS Cities Talks series: Three talks about Urban Monitoring and Verification Systems (UMVS). It is co-produced with the COINS project, RI-URBANS and CoCO2. This webinar will be hosted live at the ICOS Cities annual meeting and will be open for online participation as well.

ICOS Cities Talks is a webinar series on greenhouse gas measurement and climate change in urban landscapes. In the series, international experts representing various fields will present a current topic for 30 minutes, followed by a Q&A session and a discussion. Check out all the ICOS Cities talks here!

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