We work for a more resilient and sustainable society

co-producing climate and air quality services

ABOUT US

The Earth System Services (ESS) group is an interdisciplinary team of experienced researchers and young talents covering all aspects of climate and air quality sciences. The group conducts interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research to enhance the societal value of weather and climate prediction services, atmospheric composition and global health by actively engaging with society, decision- and policymakers to exchange knowledge and develop user-oriented services.

OUR TEAMS

Climate Services

Climate Services

Air Quality Services

Air Quality Services

Knowledge Integration

Knowledge Integration

Global Health Resilience

Global Health Resilience

OUR WORK

4C

Climate-carbon interactions in the current century

VitiGEOSS

Vineyard tools based on Earth observations and in-field sensors

FOCUS-Africa

Climate services in the Southern African Development Community

OPERATIONAL

CALIOPE

Operational air quality forecast system

NEWS

March 15, 2024

BSC contributes to the first European Climate Risk Assessment report

Three climate experts from the Barcelona Supercomputing Center took part in the preparation of the first report published by the European Environment Agency to highlight Europe's climate risks.

March 12, 2024

BSC launches a festival that brings together the European climate services community

The climate services and innovation festival organised by the Climateurope2 project is taking place these days in Venice (Italy).

January 30, 2024

BSC contributes to the study of interactions between climate change and dengue emergence

An international team of scientists including BSC researcher Rachel Lowe published an article in Nature Communications about the effects of climatic and socio-environmental drivers on dengue incidence in Vietnam.

December 4, 2023

BSC responds to the urgent need to build resilience to climate-related health threats

The urgency of facing climate-related health impacts highlights the need to work towards mitigating, adapting and creating resilience to the threat posed by climate change.

BSC is a public consortium made up of: