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The two Copernicus Earth observation services run by ECMWF will set out how they can support evidence-based decision-making as world leaders meet in Paris to agree a new climate deal.
We use advanced computer modelling to generate operational weather forecasts for our Member States, focusing on the medium range (to two weeks ahead), with monthly and seasonal outlooks.
Early warning of storms, heatwaves, floods and droughts.
We work with others to monitor and forecast atmospheric composition with a focus on air quality applications.
We reanalyse past atmospheric, oceanic and land-surface observations to support climate science.
We have been using supercomputers since 1977. Member States have access to 25% of our supercomputer resources.