ICOS Cities News & Events

24 Jan 2023

The 120 meter high eddy covariance tall tower Hardau, overlooking the city centre of Zurich, has now been operational for six months. The ICOS Cities research team has detected…

10 Jan 2023

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THE TOPICMany cities around the world have set ambitious emission reduction targets and are developing…

19 Dec 2022

The ICOS Cities 2023 annual meeting is held 28 – 30 March 2023 in Zurich and Dübendorf, Switzerland. The agenda for the meeting is still in the making, but will include e.g. an ICOS Cities Talks …

14 Dec 2021

Cities are important emission hotspots and play a big role in emission reduction efforts. Therefore, observing and verifying greenhouse gas emissions from densely populated urban areas is crucial…

3 Nov 2021

The ICOS Cities project is designing new ways to observe greenhouse gas emissions in cities. Paris, Munich and Zürich are the first cities to test the measurement methodologies. As part of the…

31 May 2021

ICOS has been granted an EU funded project to develop a greenhouse gas measurement system for urban areas. The aim is to bring together and evaluate different measurement approaches, and determine…

12 Feb 2021

ICOS has recently submitted an EU H2020 project proposal for developing greenhouse gas measurements in cities. The project is called PAUL, “Pilot Application in Urban Landscapes towards integrated…

8 Dec 2020

ICOS is coordinating an EU H2020 project proposal on developing greenhouse gas measurements in cities. The goal is to demonstrate the ability to integrate complementary measurements systems and…

19 Oct 2020

ICOS is coordinating an EU H2020 project proposal on developing greenhouse gas measurements in cities. The call includes at least one pilot city, in which a pilot observatory can be built. We are…

 

EU flagPAUL, Pilot Applications in Urban Landscapes - Towards integrated city observatories for greenhouse gases (ICOS Cities), has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement No 101037319.