Register now for FCFA’s webinar: How can climate models be improved over Africa? Investigating global models with local knowledge
Register now to attend FCFA's latest webinar: How can climate models be improved over Africa? Investigating global models with local knowledge. Thursday 15th March, 14h00:14h30 (SAST), 12h00: 12h30 (GMT).
This blog describes the progress AMMA 2050 has made towards achieving its project goals and describes some innovative approaches being used to engage stakeholders.
Webinar: African demand for weather and climate services, and business models for private sector engagement
Watch the joint webinar between FCFA and the Learning Agenda for CIS in Sub-Saharan Africa
This blog discusses the various definitions of co-production , what it means in practice, the barriers to co-production and how to successfully implement co-production.
This blog is an updated version of a previously published blog looking at advances in CP4-A simulations and its applications for regional and local scale climate processes.
What are convection-permitting models and how can they improve understanding of extreme weather in Africa?
This blog is the second in a series examining improvements in climate models. The blog details how improvements in convection permitting models can improve our understanding of extreme weather in Africa.
This webinar by Prof. Taylor provided an introduction to the work of the AMMA-2050 consortium, insight into the rapid increase in intense Sahelian storms observed in recent decades, and how continued climate change will influence flood risk in the region.
In a recently published paper, UMFULA's Prof Declan Conway has described how hydropower dams planned for eastern and southern Africa could put electricity supply at risk for vast regions because they rely on the same rainfall patterns for electricity generation.
An overview of the key achievements of the FRACTAL Programme and a discussion around the central theme of water.
Climate information value chains: pathways to greater use of climate information in African decision-making?
This blog, the first in a series explores the issue of climate information value chains in African contexts.