ProClim serves as an interface for communication between science, public administration, politics, economy and the public. Find below an overview of ProClim's most important national activities:
ProClim writes and publishes reports, factsheets, publication series and statements. In these publications ProClim summarizes toghether with scientists the current state of knowledge around global change issues and informs the public, science, practice and media.
>ProClim-Flash: Newsletter about global change
>Reports about climate and global change
>Factsheets (e.g. Publication series intended for the media)
>Political statements from ProClim
ProClim organises events for stakeholders, scientists, journalists and the public and meetings to address decision-makers, for example the parliamentary meetings. Round tables and workhops involving researchers and practitioners regarding current issues will also be organised. ProClim Events
ProClim offers an overview of national and international news, publications and events concerning global change issues. You also have the possibility to subscribe to the free news and/or events email.
The Research InfoSystem contains information about scientists, research programmes, research institutes, research related organisations and commitees as well as publications by and projects of Swiss scientists. Experts/Research Infosystem
ProClim hosts the secretariat of the Advisory Body on Climate Change OcCC. Its role is to formulate strategic recommendations on questions regarding climate change and Swiss climate policy from a scientific point of view for the attention of politicians and the federal administration. OcCC Secretariat
Runs the secretariate of the interacademic commission on energy (a+ Energy Commission) on behalf of the Swiss Academies. energy commission
ProClim offers a thematic portal providing up to date knowledge on climate related topics for students, teachers, media professionals and others.
ProClim hosts the scientific secretariat of Future Earth Switzerland.
ProClim is building the IPCC platform Switzerland on behalf of the Federal Office for the Environment FOEN.