Bringing policy-relevant, cutting-edge climate research to EGU 2022

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The latest project findings are presented at the 2022 EGU General Assembly by 4C researchers.

The European Geosciences Union (EGU) is hosting its yearly General Assembly on 23-27 May 2022. The conference brings together scientists from the Earth, planetary and space science fields to present and discuss the latest research in their fields, in particular targeting early-career scientists.

A number of 4C researchers are participating in the event, presenting their findings on carbon cycle research and climate predictions. Policy-relevant results that can help reduce uncertainties and move towards a net-zero world are also showcased. 

Most sessions will take place on site in Vienna, Austria, while a possibility of virtual connection is also available. Sessions presenting 4C findings include the following:

To keep up to date with the 4C presence at EGU, follow @4C_H2020 on Twitter and the project's hashtag #4CatEGU.