The ÉCLAIRE project [Effects of Climate Change on Air Pollution and Response Strategies for European Ecosystems] is a four year project funded by the EU's Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP7). The project will be running for 4 years, from October 2011-2015 and involves 39 partner institutions across Europe.

International Summer School of the DBG Working Group Soil Gases:“Soil-Borne Greenhouse Gases: From Field Data to Publication“ (6 ECTS)

30/08/2015 13:13
05/09/2015 13:13
Europe/London

Location

Vienna
Austria

Please see below for more information about the Summer school and the registration form.

ECLAIRE sessions at the General Assembly 2015, 12-17th April in Vienna, Austria

ECLAIRE is co-organising two sessions at the General Assembly 2015, 12-17th April in Vienna, Austria, on the biosphere-atmosphere exchange of trace gases and aerosols. These are particularly relevant for work of ECLAIRE in Components 1 and 3. The deadline for abstracts is 7 Jan 2015, 13:00 CET.

BG1.11 "Biosphere-Atmosphere Exchange, Biosynthesis, and Oxidation of Volatile Organic Compounds across Terrestrial and Marine Ecosystems".

http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2015/session/17661

Agriculture and Climate Change: Adapting Crops to Increased Uncertainty

15/02/2015
15/02/2015
Europe/London
ELSEVIER CONFERENCE

AGRICULTURE AND CLIMATE: ADAPTING CROPS TO INCREASED UNCERTAINTY

15 - 17 February 2015, NH Grand Krasnapolsky Hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

ECLAIRE Research Highlighted on Horizon 2020 Website

The work of the ECLAIRE project has recently been highlighted in an article on the Horizon 2020 website 'Researchers study the effects of air pollution on European ecosystems'. 

23RD CCE WORKSHOP AND 29TH TASK FORCE MEETING

08/04/2014 14:26
11/04/2014 14:26
Europe/London

Location

Copenhagen
Denmark
55° 40' 17.0004" N, 12° 34' 25.8708" E

23RD CCE WORKSHOP AND 29TH TASK FORCE MEETING

on assessments of impacts of air pollution, and interactions with the change of climate, biodiversity and ecosystem services.
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