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In 2023, the ICOS Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) underwent some changes as two long-standing members ended their terms in the SAB after serving seven years. Dr Anna Michalak and Dr Rik Wanninkhof…

The year 2022 saw record-breaking temperatures in Europe during the summer and autumn. Close to 30% of the European continent was under severe summer drought. A study led by ICOS scientists shows…

Grassroots initiatives can effectively mobilise citizens on climate-related issues, especially when addressing young audiences. Using scientific expertise from the ICOS Cities…

With other prominent scientific voices, the Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS) will participate in COP28 to deliver, once again, a clear message to world leaders: a science-based approach…

Euro-Argo, EMSO and ICOS have long been carrying out ocean observations, with each research infrastructure (RI) using its own methodologies, its own instruments, its own data gathering processes,…

The message delivered in the latest issue of the Greenhouse Gas Bulletin published by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) on 15 November is clear: greenhouse gas concentrations in the…

After passing a rigorous quality assurance process, 6 new measurement stations have received the status of an ICOS labelled station. The station labelling was confirmed by the ICOS General…

The Global Greenhouse Gas Watch (GGGW) addresses the need to access timely, reliable, available, high-resolution, worldwide data on greenhouse gases to better understand the drivers of climate…

The Integrated Carbon Observation System, ICOS, produces standardised data on greenhouse gases, which is essential in understanding and mitigating climate change. Our data is being used by…

The average person surfing online might not realise it, but websites consume massive amounts of energy. To put this into perspective, it has been calculated that the internet consumes more…