Oct 23, 2023 to Oct 27, 2023
(Europe/Berlin / UTC200)


Kigali Convention Centre, Kigali, Rwanda

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Every decade, the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) brings together communities from around the world to showcase recent and significant advances in climate science, identify gaps and opportunities, and jointly develop future plans.

The next WCRP Open Science Conference will happen in 2023, with the major goal of bridging science and society. Climate risk, early warning, attribution, uncertainty, tipping points, irreversibility, and abrupt climate change are just some of the topics that will be discussed, both on a global and regional scale, as well as the fundamental science that is critical to advancing these important topics.

As part of this event, poster clusters are planned and will represent a very important part of the conference. Theses poster clusters are designed to bring together a community working on a specific topic. The aim is to help participants to organise their poster viewing and to provide a forum for discussion about the cluster topic. 


The ESM2025 team will be involved through the coordination of two poster clusters: 

This poster cluster aims to bring together the multiple strands of evidence to make a substantial advance in our understanding of TCRE and associated carbon budget estimates.

PC23: Earth System models for the future

This poster cluster aims to bring together contributions from the community on the various demands surrounding the Earth system model development, and how these advances relate to climate policies (i.e., mitigation or adaptation needs). So if you are working in Carbon Budget estimates or in Earth System Model development, do not hesitate any longer and submit your abstract!


Registration is now open here.