Research and analysis

Climate science advice to government: review

Review looking at the government's needs for climate science advice services over the next 10 years, and how they can be met.

Documents

Review of climate science advice to government and Met Office Hadley Centre role, governance and resourcing

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Review of climate science advice to government: supporting paper on underpinning high performance computing and supercomputing requirements

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Detail

This report sets out the findings of a review led by the Government Chief Scientific Adviser on the government’s needs for climate science advice services over the next decade. It focuses in particular on the role, resourcing and governance of the Met Office Hadley Centre.

The supporting paper looks at the supercomputing capabilities needed to generate future climate models.