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  1. Key CLIM-RUN stages Stage setting (complete) first stakeholder workshops (May-Nov 2011) Mapping the issues (complete) perception and data needs questionnaires Iterative consultation and collaboration with stakeholders (ongoing) Training schools Newsletter Consolidation and collective review/assessment second stakeholder workshops (Spring-Summer 2013) Finalisation of the CLIM-RUN protocol (December 2013) Going forward: synthesis and recommendations final workshop and end of project (February 2014) New perspectives and products: continuing and developing the engagement with Mediterranean stakeholders Alessandro Dell’Aquila, Clare Goodess, and the CLIM-RUN Climate Expert Team and Stakeholder Expert Team www.climrun.eu ENEA(Italy); EEWRC(Cyprus); CNRM(France); ICTP(Italy); IC3(Spain); NOA(Greece ); CMCC (Italy); TEC(France); PlanBleu(France); PIK(Germany); UEA(UK); GREVACHOT(Tunisia); JRC(Spain); DHMZ (Croatia); USMD(US) ; UC(Spain) CASE STUDIES Tourism: Tunisia, France, Cyprus, Croatia Energy: Spain, Morocco, Cyprus, Croatia Wild Fires: Greece Integrated Case Study: North Adriatic CLIM-RUN (Climate Local Information in the Mediterranean region: Responding to User Needs) is a research project (2011-2014) funded by the EU Commission under the 7th Framework Programme. aims to develop a Protocol for providing climate information for action from the regional to the local scale, tailored to different sectors of society. The time horizon of interest is the period 2010-2050 which encompasses the contributions of both inter-decadal variability and greenhouse-forced climate change. CLIM-RUN follows a learning process in which the early involvement of stakeholders is crucial to establish productive two-way communication channels to identify well-defined climate information needs and assess the envisioned protocol for selected inter-dependent sectors (in particular, energy, tourism and natural hazards). CLIM-RUN is also working on improved modelling and downscaling tools to optimally respond to the specific needs of end users. CLIM-RUN is intended to provide the seed for a Mediterranean basin-wide climate service networkwith the potential to converge into a pan-European network. The project Early involvement of stakeholders : First Stakeholder workshops Consolidation and collective review/assessment : Second Stakeholder workshops • CLIMATE SERVICES PROTOCOL • Draft General Structure • Overall process – the methodological key stages • The business model (three tiers) for climate services • Climate tier • Intermediary (e.g., SME) tier • Stakeholder tier • Life cycle of Climate Services • List of existing skills (data, model tools) and networks • Need for coordination at national and European level. • Identification and selection of stakeholders • Communication with stakeholders • Involvement of social science & impact experts • Expectations and risks • Identification of user needs • Priority ranking • Translation of needs • Defining new research developments to answer the user needs • Defining products • Defining impacts transfer functions • Producing products • Assessing and refining products • Feedback from stakeholder and intermediary (SME) levels to government /funding agencies to develop new products and research • Methodologies for evaluating the economic value of Climate Services • Cost/benefit analysis • Quality control and Certification? • Beyond CLIM-RUN: the lessons learnt Iterativeconsultation and collaboration with stakeholders • Climate Information sheets • Tailored climate products • Elaborated products • Diagrams, interactive maps, Tools • Elaborated data • Indices, maps … •  Raw climate data • observations, model output, … • Climate product information sheet examples Strategy The products The strategy The North Adriatic second stakeholder workshop involved municipalities, local administrations and regional offices Contacts Coordinator: paolo.ruti@enea.it http://www.climrun.eu