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Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) WOAP-IV 29 – 31 March 2010, Hamburg, Germany 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 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 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 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 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) § 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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, 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 § § § 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 – 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 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 § 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 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)