Europe-wide survey on climate information and indicators

Due to popular demand, we have extended our deadline so please take this final opportunity to help us shape this service by filling in our survey HERE.  Thank you!
The SECTEUR project— Sector Engagement for the Copernicus Climate Change Service: Translating European User Requirements— is an EU project, funded by the European Centre for Medium-range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF). In the UK, the partners are the University of Reading's Institute for Environmental Analytics and the University of Leeds.
All current or potential users of climate information / impact indicators are encouraged to complete an EU-wide online survey (see link below), which takes 10-15 minutes to complete. The results from this survey will inform the development of the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) which will develop and deliver quality assured information about the past, current and future states of the climate in Europe and worldwide. This free climate information will be available from 2018
As a result, this is an opportunity for you to help shape and tailor this service according to your organisation’s climate information needs. The research is particularly interested in those currently working within the sectors of agriculture & forestry, coastal areas, health, transport infrastructure, insurance and tourism.  
The project is engaging directly with private and public organisations across Europe to better understand user requirements of climate information / impact indicators and identify gaps in the current provision of this information. The research will inform the C3S and the provision of free climate information to support better-informed planning and decision-making for climate adaptation and mitigation. This is an opportunity for you to help shape this service according to your climate information needs. All responses will be kept anonymous and confidential. 
Find out more
For further information on SECTEUR, download the factsheet, visit the project webpage or email us
For queries about the survey please contact Dr Meghan Alexander at the University of Leeds