Knowledge exchange series


The Climate Coffee series is relaunching!


#climatecoffees are short (circa 40 min), relaxed meetings for scientists to share ideas, discuss methods and communicate new results. They are open to speakers of all levels of seniority, we especially encourage early career scientists to become a speaker.


The coffees are an exciting opportunity for scientists to build a network and disseminate recent results, peer-to-peer.


We invite researchers from across the climate science community to join us for this series of regular online knowledge exchange events.


On average, we organise one or two #climatecoffees per month, always on Thursdays. The time is always the same, from 10:00 – 10:40 am (CET).


The Danish Meteorological Institute, coordinating the Horizon Europe OCEAN:ICE project, and the European Climate Research Alliance (ECRA) work in partnership to run the Climate Coffee format. 


Upcoming Climate Coffees

Climate Coffee with Climate Coffee with Mark Payne (DMI) on An Experiment in Climate Service Portability: Implementing a Danish Climate Atlas in Ghana

16 November 2023, 10:00 – 10:40 (CET)

Climate Coffee with Kathryn Gunn (University of Southampton) on Recent reduced abyssal overturning and ventilation in the Australian Antarctic Basin

14 December 2023, 10:00 – 10:40 (CET)

Past Climate Coffees

Climate Coffee with Romain Millan (CNRS) on Monitoring ice shelf vulnerability from multiple sensor remote sensing data

21 September 2023

Mailing list

Stay informed on upcoming Climate Coffees!

Would you be interested in being the next speaker for a Climate Coffee?


Please get in touch with Chiara (chb@dmi.dk) or Erika (erh@dmi.dk) with some details about what you would like to present and a bit about yourself (short bio, a potential title, a teaser for the talk and preferred date…it has to be a Thursday!).


If you have any questions or would like to know more, you can also reach out to our team.