SARVA, a new atlas of local risk and vulnerability in the context of global environmental change, will be launched in January 2010. The Atlas is aimed at equipping decision-makers with information on the impact and risk associated with global change in the region.
SCANNET is a network of Terrestrial Field bases, Research Stations Managers and user groups that are collaborating to improve comparative observations and access to information on Environmental Change in the North.
Nature and Biodiversity News & Views is a web-based communication tool. The aim is to present interesting topics relating to nature and biodiversity to the general public. Users can read the topics, then provide their opinions in the form of multi-choice questions and/or free text. They can also read other peoples' views.
LTER-Europe is the European regional network, a member of ILTER. The mission of LTER-Europe is to track and understand the effects of global change on ecosystems and the interaction with human activities. By this it is possible to give recommendations and support for solving current and future environmental problems.
These videos were developed by the US LTER Network to introduce basic IM concepts, with emphasis on EML.
The EU-funded INTERACT project has a main objective to build capacity for identifying, understanding, predicting and responding to diverse environmental changes throughout the wide environmental and land-use envelopes of the Arctic.
GTOS is a programme for observations, modelling, and analysis of terrestrial ecosystems to support sustainable development. GTOS facilitates access to information on terrestrial ecosystems so that researchers and policy makers can detect and manage global and regional environmental change.
GOOS is a permanent global system for observations, modelling and analysis of marine and ocean variables to support operational ocean services worldwide. GOOS provides accurate descriptions of the present state of the oceans, including living resources; continuous forecasts of the future conditions of the sea for as far ahead as possible, and the basis for forecasts of climate change.