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Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) WOAP-IV 29 – 31 March 2010, Hamburg, Germany
GCOS Activities - Strategy GCOS supporting UNFCCC / SBSTA: SBSTA-31, Bonn, June 2009: Progress Report 2004 -2008 I
GCOS Progress Report 2004 -2008 - Summary § Developed Countries: § improved climate observation capabilities, § limited progress in resolving financial issues related to longterm continuity § Developing Countries: § limited (in-situ) progress, with decline in some regions, § capacity building support remains small in relation to needs § Satellite agencies: § improved mission continuity and capability § increasingly meeting climate needs § Progress made, but: § Many gaps persist, § Continued engagement needed for coordinated implementation and longterm continuity Summary of progress on all 131 Actions in 2004 GCOS IP
GCOS Activities - Strategy At Bonn SBSTA 31 June 2009: Conclusion adopted by SBSTA-31 Invited to prepare an up-date of the IP before Nov 2010 including a cost break down. Invited to report on the provisional update at COP 15.
GCOS Activities - Strategy Report to COP 15, Copenhagen, Dec 2009 Decision “Systematic Climate Observations” SBSTA -33 November 2010, Mexico, Implementation Plan 2010.
Up-Date of the Implementation Plan § Up-date of the Implemen. Plan (IP -10) § Open for public review Nov 09 – Jan 2010 § Assessment of comments § Submission to UNFCCC, August 2010
2010 Update of the GCOS Implementation Plan in Support of the UNFCCC Estimated global cost in addition to already existing observation systems US$ 2. 1 billion per year.
GCOS Activities - Strategy GCOS as part of GEOSS Recognized as climate component of GEOSS GCOS is Participating Organization. Plenary GEO-VI, in Washington, DC, 17 -18 Nov 2009: approval of a Strategic Target for climate observations.
GEOSS Atmospheric Observation Panel for Climate GCOS/WCRP AOPC Ocean Observation Panel for Climate Terrestrial Observation Panel for Climate GCOS/GOOS/WCRP OOPC GCOS/GTOS/WCRP TOPC
GCOS Activities - Atmosphere GCOS relationship to WIGOS = WMO Integrated Observing System WIGOS climate observation activities are carried out as part of the cross-domain GCOS which WMO co-sponsors with IOC, UNEP and ICSU. EC WG WIGOS, 24 -26 March 2010 Draft Implementation Strategy, Concept of Operations
GCOS Activities - Atmosphere AOPC-XVI, 26 -30 April 2010, Geneva, WMO, Switzerland WIGOS Pilot Project GRUAN, ICM-2, 1 -5 March 2010, Payerne, Switzerland
GCOS Activities - Ocean. Obs 09 21 -25 September 2009, Venice, Italy Follow up Working Group: IFSOO-TT (Integrated Framework for Sustained Ocean Observations task team), teleconferences and face-to-face May 17 -19, US. Progress in implementing the ocean observing system GCOS/GOOS/WCRP Ocean Observation Panel for Climate OOPC-XIV, 19 -21 January 2010, Miami, FL, USA: Chairman: Eric Lindstrom (NASA)
GCOS Activities - Land GCOS/GTOS Terrestrial Observation Panel for Climate TOPC-XIII Chairman: Han Dolman (U Amsterdam) 10 -11 March 2010, Rome, Italy Progress in introducing standards for terrestrial ECVs (ISO) Report to UNFCCC SBSTA
GCOS Activities - Governance § Appointment of new Chairman of the GCOS § Steering Committee: 1 st January 2010: Dr. Adrian Simmons (ECMW; UK) § Prof John Zillman ended his term on 31 st December 2009 § Transmission phase until 1 st May 2010
GCOS Activities – Governance - Panels § GCOS/GOOS/WCRP Ocean Observation Panel for Climate OOPC, 19 – 21 January 2010, Miami, FL. § GCOS/GTOS/WCRP Terrestrial Observation Panel for Climate, TOPC, 10 – 11 March 2010, Rome, Italy. § GCOS/WCRP Atmospheric Observation Panel for Climate, AOPC, 26 - 30 April 2010, Geneva, CH.
GCOS Activities – Governance – Steering Committees § GTOS Steering Committee § § § 1 – 2 December 2009, Paris, France. WCRP JSC, 15 – 19 February 2010, Antalya, Turkey GOOS Steering Committee 8 - 12 March 2010, London, UK. GCOS Steering Committee SC-XVIII, 27 Sep – 1 Oct 2010, ? Geneva? Reporting to: WMO EC, 8 – 18 June 2010 IOC Assembly, 7 – 16 June 2010
Global Framework for Climate Service GFCS World Climate Conference – 3 (31 Aug – 4 Sep 2009) Brief Note Conference Declaration Conference Statement
WCC-3 Statement The experts have called for major strengthening of the essential elements of a global framework for climate services: • The Global Climate Observing System and all its components and associated activities; and provision of free and unrestricted exchange and access to climate data; • The World Climate Research Programme, underpinned by adequate computing resources and increased interaction with other global climate relevant research initiatives. • Climate services information systems taking advantage of enhanced existing national and international climate service arrangements in the delivery of products, including sector-oriented information to support adaptation activities; • Climate user interface mechanisms focused on building linkages and integrating information, at all levels, between the providers and users of climate services; and • Efficient and enduring capacity building through education, training, and strengthened outreach and communication.
High Level Task Force - HLTF § Intergovernmental meeting for the High-Level Taskforce § (11 -12 January 2010) - report 1 st Meeting of HLTF 25 – 26 February 2010
Global Framework for Climate Service - GFCS Adaptation Mitigation Climate- sensitive Sectors UNFCCC Interface Prediction & Information IPCC World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) Global Climate Observing System (GCOS)