UKCP18

Project Summary: This iCASP project was selected as a demonstrator project by the Met Office in preparation for the release of new UK Climate Projections in 2018. It used capacity building workshops to prepare 6 iCASP Springboard Partners to use the new information in the context of their day to day responsibilities. Learning was fed back to the Met Office to inform how they formulate and present the new information.

Project Team: Amanda Crossfield – Yorkshire Water, Gail Hammond – Environment Agency, Robert Curtis – Leeds City Council, Professor Robert Lamb – JBA Group and  JBA Trust, Dr Tim Thom – Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, James Copeland – National Farmers’ Union, Professor Jason Lowe, Dr Fai Fung – UK Met Office, Prof Piers Forster, Dr Amanda Maycock, Dr Mark Trigg, Professor Suraje Dessai – University of Leeds. 

Duration: May 2017 – October 2017

Outputs: Available in the Resources section of the iCASP website.

iCASP News Stories:

Preparing for new climate projections

Formulating project ideas at @YorkshireiCASP co design workshop tackling invasive non native species https://t.co/4bJulIqfsv

RT @ODILeeds: Joseph from Water@Leeds is now talking about iCASP (Integrated Catchment Solutions Programme), which aims to use en… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

RT @DuncanHull2017: At @ODILeeds exploring opportunities with @YorkshireWater at @YorkshireiCASP flood management workshop, naturally! https://t.co/KquuWqLHlr