Knowledge Integration

We co-produce climate and environmental services by integrating different knowledge sources to bridge the gap between science and society. Applying a co-production approach, we explore societal needs, exchange knowledge and develop and evaluate new knowledge, together with stakeholders to achieve user-centered and equitable services and products that can be easily uptaken by society.

What we do

We co-produce climate and environmental services and products by integrating different scientific and societal sources through the exploration of societal needs and exchange, develope and evaluate new knowledge. The aim is the transfer and integration of knowledge for decision- and policymakers to be adopted in their regular governance and other processes and to bridge the gap between science and society to achieve a more resilient society.

How we do this

Our method focuses on the needs of the user and stakeholders, together with whom we carry out a process of co-exploration, co-evaluation, co-development and knowledge sharing to achieve user-centred, equitable and tailored-made services and products that can be easily uptaken by society. By integrating users at every stage of the codesign process, we ensure that climate services and products are not only scientifically and technically robust but also genuinely responsive to the real-world challenges faced by the stakeholders they aim to serve.

Related projects & services


Supporting and standardising climate services in Europe and beyond


Improving Near-Term Climate Predictions for Social Transformation (I4C)


Climate services in the Southern African Development Community

Barcelona Dust Regional Center

WMO Regional Center on desert dust products