The CORDEX Africa program brings together African climate and meteorology scientists with African scientists involved in vulnerability, impacts and adaptation (VIA) research to interpret raw downscaled data for information on how climate processes over the continent may change, and to analyze how these changes may impact important sectors, such as health, agriculture and water security in multiple regions across the continent. The program is building capacity and expertise within the region to analyze, interpret and apply CORDEX results to decision making in terms that are relevant to Africa’s knowledge needs.
CORDEX-Africa is a partnership led by the University of Cape Town’s Climate Systems Analysis Group, and includes START, the Swedish Meteorological Hydrological Institute, the Climate and Development Knowledge Network, the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, the World Climate Research Program, and the African Adaptation Program of UNDP.
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Last Updated on August 21st, 2012