The aim of this relatively small meeting was to engage with interested, relevant parties from industry, government, and the third sector, by providing information on the background and context of the projects, along with an update on the progress of the projects, and an indication of future plans and expectations of the research. 38 invited participants attended, covering a range of different stakeholder groups.
The presentations, covering the aims and current status of the individual projects within the GHG Programme and the views from funding organisations, are now available below. The outcome of the discussions and views collected from the invited stakeholders are being compiled into a report which will be made available soon.
- Paul Palmer (University of Edinburgh): The Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Feedbacks Programme - Developing the capability to measure and predict sources and sinks (PDF, 435kB)
- Paul Palmer (University of Edinburgh): GAUGE (Greenhouse gAs Uk and Global Emissions) - Quantifying UK anthropogenic GHG emissions (PDF, 1.9MB)
- Mathew Williams (University of Edinburgh): GREENHOUSE (Generating Regional Emissions Estimates with a Novel Hierarchy of Observations & Upscaled Simulation Experiments) (PDF, 486kB)
- Richard Sanders (National Oceanography Centre): RAGNARoCC (Radiatively Active Gases from the North Atlantic Region - Role of Climate Change) (PDF, 1.3Mb)
- Laura Bates (DECC): UK GHG Inventory and atmospheric verification (PDF, 374kB)
- Luke Spadavecchia (Defra): Agricultural emissions reporting - Scope, current estimates and supporting R&D (PDF, 1.8MB)
- Vicki Norton (NERC): Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Feedback research programme - The view from NERC (384kB)
Update (4 June 2014): The report from the meeting is now available.