Climate: Past, Present & Future


Welcome to the blog of the Climate: Past, Present and Future (CL) Division of the European Geosciences Union (EGU). The CL division covers all aspects of the ocean-climate-atmospheric systems, encompassing multiple, overlapping and complementary disciplines, from the state of the current climate to modeled predictions of future climatic scenarios, and the reconstruction of past climatic changes.

This blog aims to present a broad range of themes linked to climate science to other scientists, but also to a broader audience. This blog is run by motivated early career climate scientists of the EGU CL outreach team: Ricardo N. Santos as editor-in-chief with further support by co-editors Janina Nett (née Bösken), Shalenys Bedoya Valestt, Negar Vakilifard, Natalie Sellwood, and Martin Wegmann. The posts are provided by ourselves and many guest authors. At this stage, we aim to publish one to two blog posts per month. Everybody is very welcome to contribute in writing posts or in proposing subjects. Please just contact one of us.

Banner image: Suguta showers by Annett Junginger; Image source: Imaggeo.

The opinions expressed in the blog of the Division on Climate: Past, Present & Future are those of the authors, whose views may differ from those of the European Geosciences Union.