Improving existing climate prediction and projections, and merging their outputs across timescales to provide seamless climate information, spanning for the next months to 30 years
A step change
The overall objective of ASPECT is to improve and produce seamless climate predictions covering the next 30 years. Working closely with stakeholders from a range of sectors, such as agriculture and insurance, the project strives to inform societally important climate change adaptation decisions
Bringing together expertise
ASPECT combines expertise in physical and social sciences relevant to climate variability and change, with meaningful user engagement that will influence the development decisions of the project and increase the salience of the results for societal transformation
Latest project news
ASPECT research contributes to decadal predictions released by BSC and Met Office, showing that 2024 is likely to be the warmest year on record globally,
The project’s second annual user forum brings together climate researchers and users across Europe, and beyond.
The British Red Cross and Save the Children International join ASPECT as users.