ASPECT survey on climate information use launched!

ASPECT researchers launch a survey to analyse how climate information helps European organisations prepare for a changing climate.

Climate change and variability poses significant risks to a variety of European sectors, organisations and society as a whole. The European project ASPECT is trying to improve the usability of climate prediction information for risk management and adaptation decision making.

For this purpose, ASPECT researchers from the University of Leeds are surveying climate sensitive sectors/organisations in Europe. The results of this survey will help inform climate prediction research and operations in Europe, improving the usability of information. Provision of usable climate information has the potential to help organisations and sectors, and ultimately make Europe more resilient to climate variability and change.

The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete and is aimed at a wide range of professionals within organisations whose activities are weather- or climate-sensitive, and have either used or could potentially use climate information. We are interested in hearing from organisations of all sizes and different sectors of society.

Would you like to help us shape the next generation of climate predictions for a more resilient Europe?

If so, please take part in our survey here!

The survey will remain open until the 1st of December. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.