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Roadshows showcasing mid-term results of climate-services case studies to larger business audiences (D8.13)

Martiny-Modvig, Pernille; Bearzotti, Chiara; Grist, Hannah; Mettiäinen, Ilona; Coath, Martin; Valeeva, Vilena; Dionísio, Sara; Martínez-Solanas, Erica; Cunha Lopes, Nuno; Payne, Mark; ...
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  • Published: 30 Nov 2019
The Blue-Action the teams are working at different levels in stakeholder engagement. In the project we define direct stakeholders as the series of end-users who contribute directly to the co-design of climate services and information services, and who benefit directly from the project results. In Blue-Action WP5 “Developing and Valuing Climate Services and Information Services”, the five case studies have been involving several stakeholders in their work. Most of the stakeholders in the case studies are direct “beneficiaries” of the project in terms of EU funding, i.e. fully-fledged partners receiving Horizon 2020 funding for their activities in the project who ...
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Arctic Impact on Weather and Climate
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 727852
  • Funding stream: H2020 | RIA
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