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What can climate services learn from the broader services literature?

Meghan Alexander, Suraje Dessai
2019 Climatic Change  
Climate services seek the timely production and delivery of useful climate information to decision-makers, yet there continues to be a reported 'usability gap'.  ...  To address this, many have advocated the coproduction of climate services between knowledge producers, providers and users, with a tendency to focus on tailoring information products to user needs, with  ...  Acknowledgements SD acknowledges support from the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) for the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10584-019-02388-8 pmid:31866701 pmcid:PMC6892769 fatcat:6tq7gnowwbehvmzziuq26xdoea

Recommendations for future research priorities for climate modelling and climate services

C. D. Hewitt, F. Guglielmo, S. Joussaume, J. Bessembinder, I. Christel, F. J. Doblas-Reyes, V. Djurdjevic, N. Garrett, E. Kjellström, A. Krzic, M. Máñez Costa, A. L. St. Clair
2020 Bulletin of The American Meteorological Society - (BAMS)  
Capsule Recommendations for key future research topics for climate modelling and climate services are presented, as compiled by a group of experts across Europe.  ...  The innovations should make climate services far more useful and valuable to users, and allow the services to address specific, complex adaptation issues.  ...  Thirdly, there is an opportunity to develop the capabilities of the users to enable them to use and benefit from climate services.  ... 
doi:10.1175/bams-d-20-0103.1 fatcat:jt6duqvqabbpfan5aslfvabdme

Diversity of eco-innovations: Reflections from selected case studies

Javier Carrillo-Hermosilla, Pablo del Río, Totti Könnölä
2010 Journal of Cleaner Production  
An analytical framework is developed in this paper in order to explore the diversity of eco-innovations according to several key dimensions (design, user, product service and governance).  ...  The framework is used to analyse a set of case studies of eco-innnovation processes.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to two anonymous referees for their useful comments. The usual disclaimer applies.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2010.02.014 fatcat:5ldum6kitnebfgrheh7xrl2vi4

e-shape - Eurogeo Showcases: Application Powered by Europe Contribution to Eurogeo and to the Development of the EO Industry

Thierry Ranchin, Lionel Menard, Nicolas Fichaux, Mathieu Reboul
2021 2021 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium IGARSS  
to develop operational Earth Observation (EO) services with and for the users and to create a conducive environment whereby the strengths of Europe are exploited towards addressing societal challenges  ...  In this paper, e-shape's objectives and challenges are presented focusing on the development of EO services and promotion European EO capabilities with and for the users.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 820852  ... 
doi:10.1109/igarss47720.2021.9553426 fatcat:gzmxbc67nzfulivic5rbbes4xm

Innovation Process Barriers in Public Sector: a Comparative Analysis in Lithuania and the European Union

Alvydas Raipa, Vidmante Giedraityte
2014 International Journal of Business and Management  
The authors, using meta-analysis method, attempt to model interferences of internal and external barriers to innovation.  ...  Public sector organizations' abilities to identify the innovation barriers and to develop their management instruments, determine the quality and efficiency of innovation processes.  ...  In order to change traditional public governance stereotypes and value systems, to activate an interaction between governance institutions and users during a formation of foundation of new (good) public  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v9n10p10 fatcat:ea6tanxdh5bmfp2or6bucedasa

Exploring the Long Shadow of IT Innovation Adoption Decisions on IT Value

Yasser Rahrovani, Shamel Addas, Alain Pinsonneault
2014 Systèmes d information & management  
The present study offers a useful case study to help organizations understand actions to be avoided when seeking to enhance organizational creativity via the adoption of a centralized IS.  ...  when using a centralized IS to foster organizational creativity.  ...  motivated to creatively use an IS for their activities (Sarker and Lee, 1999) .  ... 
doi:10.3917/sim.144.0031 fatcat:ryc3n4nnqzep5abwv3fotvg6x4

Reframing climate services to support municipal and regional planning

Rob Swart, Louis Celliers, Martine Collard, Alberto Garcia Prats, Jo-Ting Huang-Lachmann, Ferran Llario Sempere, Fokke de Jong, María Máñez Costa, Grit Martinez, Manuel Pulido Velazquez, Adrià Rubio Martín, Wilfried Segretier (+2 others)
2021 Climate Services  
relevance of the services to the clients.  ...  Only then can "science-driven and user-informed" climate services, which are useful but with often limited uptake, be developed into more effective "user-driven and science-informed" services.  ...  Acknowledgement We acknowledge the European Research Area for Climate Services (ERA4CS) project INNOVA (Grant Agreement number 690462) for the financial support to this research.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cliser.2021.100227 fatcat:252z4ituwjhbnhrdpvftjnhqtu

Exploring the impact of organizational climate factors on organizational creativity within a centralized IS

Anis Khedhaouria, Nassim Belbaly, Hind Benbya
2014 Systèmes d information & management  
motivated to creatively use an IS for their activities (Sarker and Lee, 1999) .  ...  ., the extent to which the activity of using an IS is perceived to be enjoyable -and perceived ease of use are the main intrinsic motivational dimensions that determine the creative use of an IS.  ... 
doi:10.3917/sim.144.0007 fatcat:2ovph47fxncorchr22bzmh2d54

The Nexus between Market Needs and Value Attributes of Smart City Solutions towards Energy Transition. An Empirical Evidence of Two European Union (EU) Smart Cities, Evora and Alkmaar

Paraskevi Giourka, Vasilis Apostolopoulos, Komninos Angelakoglou, Konstantinos Kourtzanidis, Nikos Nikolopoulos, Vasileios Sougkakis, Federica Fuligni, Stefano Barberis, Karin Verbeek, José Miguel Costa, João Formiga
2020 Smart Cities  
The repository is assessed against four elements of value, which include social impact, life-changing, emotional, and functional attributes, according to the value pyramid of Maslow.  ...  Results show that the value attributes of quality, motivation, integration, cost reduction, information, and organization are highly relevant to the proposed smart solutions.  ...  The attribute of motivation (satisfied by the 95% of the solutions for ETT1 and 92% for ETT4) lies towards the top of the pyramid as it is a life changing attribute.  ... 
doi:10.3390/smartcities3030032 fatcat:qhdr5gtb3bcsxetkkjnqobe6na

CLARITY D5.1 Exploitation Requirements and Innovation Design

Pascal Dihé
2017 Zenodo  
Requirements assessment and to concretize innovative aspects of CLARITY products and service.  ...  Task 5.1 intends to make sure that the project partners can recognize realistic exploitation and innovation aspects during the co-design and implementation of CLARITY Climate Service right from the start  ...  and evaluation (M&E) of climate change adaptation (CCA) interventions, with a specific focus on international development projects and programs  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2557389 fatcat:njldtpqwubccjlioz52h4nr724


2020 Europolity: Continuity and Change in European Governance  
In short, it aims to motivate a sustainable behaviour within companies, institutions and citizens, with the use of interactive games, in order to fight against pollution and climate change.  ...  Applied to the field of transport and mobility, green gamification implies using strategies to cut carbon emissions especially by convincing people to reduce the use of private cars.  ...  These attempts were ranging from raising awareness to motivating users to change their behaviours or engaging them to play a more active role in their environment.  ... 
doi:10.25019/europolity.2020.14.2.4 fatcat:6v3txttuczg7pom2ablxyk4dk4

The Meaning of Electric Cars in the Context of Sustainable Transition in Brazil

Fabienne T. Schiavo, Rodrigo F. Calili, Claudio F. de Magalhães, Isabel C. G. Fróes
2021 Sustainability  
The results indicate gaps and opportunities in service design, public policies for smart cities, and new ICTs associated with smart grids.  ...  The transition from fossil-fuel cars to those powered by electricity seems to occur differently in Brazil compared with what has been observed in other countries, where it is motivated by the goal to reduce  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su131911073 fatcat:kqaskejuv5eihirlpbcjmi6yea

D6.2 Strategic Roadmap (Release 1)

Julia Vera, Kate Larkin, Xiaou Fang, Sara Pittonet, Dick Schaap, Pasquale Pagano
2021 Zenodo  
In the medium- and long-term future, B-C aspires to upscale this cyber platform, its resources, services and applications, together with a thriving community of Open Science service providers and users  ...  The added-value of web-based Open Science will be demonstrated by five specific, multidisciplinary "demonstrators" or use-cases.  ...  Its services could be used to develop tailored applications to different societal challenges, including helping to track pollution, climate change or other impacts of human activities in real-time.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6337484 fatcat:zoisrgu4zzhlvdvnaqkg5k4lxi

Innovation in services related to public policies to reduce greenhouse gases: the clean development mechanism in landfills

Silvia Regina Stuchi Cruz, Sônia Regina Paulino
2015 Journal of Innovation Economics & Management  
Furthermore, public organizations can have an active role in the innovation of the services which the public sector must provide to society and not be restricted to playing a supportive role in these processes  ...  In this context, we use two methodological procedures to analyse the obstacles to public services innovation, based on the results of the CDM projects in landfill sites.  ... 
doi:10.3917/jie.016.0171 fatcat:yu26flj7vfdmxn6kiproaf6vvq

What Can Be Done to Change?—The Environmental and Behavioral Consequences of Interventions for Sustainable Travel

Lars E. Olsson, Rajib Sinha, Björn Frostell, Margareta Friman
2022 Sustainability  
We organized this Special Issue on "The Environmental and Behavioral Consequences of Interventions for Sustainable Travel" with the aim of attracting interdisciplinary perspectives on the environmental  ...  and behavioral consequences of different interventions for sustainable travel [...]  ...  Thus, understanding the car-user could help as regards motivating him/her to use public transport to a greater extent in order to achieve a more sustainable travel mode, especially when avoiding low occupancy  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14031345 fatcat:j3v5lopdpvf4jm46wmvlfyrieu
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