We had 415 registered participants reflecting a substantially increasing reach of ISIMIP, not least due to the great start of PROCLIAS. Even more importantly, it was really great to see what excellent progress has been made regarding the ISIMIP3 simulations. Finally, the development of the ISIMIP3b group III socio-economic forcing data is on a very good track.
The Workshop featured a number of plenary sessions by renowned scientists such as Noah Diffenbaugh, Tamma Carleton and Johan Rockström, as well as discussions on further improving currently available climate forcing data and ISIMIP3 socioeconomic forcing data. Moreover, numerous thematic and cross-sectoral discussions took place on around 20 topics ranging from providing data for impact models to identifying topics for cross-sectoral analysis to how to communicate climate impacts best to different audiences.
If you want to have a look at the slides of the sector updates, research highlights, or other contributions, please check the events section for available presentation slides.