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Destination Earth - New web page informs on how a Digital Twin of the Earth will support climate change adaptation actions

Destination Earth (DestinE) is a flagship initiative of the European Commission and a cornerstone to boost Europe's digital capabilities in support of actions addressing climate change impacts. The purpose is to model, monitor, and simulate natural phenomena, hazards, and related human activities. Destination Earth, implemented by ECMWF, ESA, and EUMETSAT, and governed by DG CNECT, is working on the creation of the digital twin of the Earth system with the first two thematic digital twins: Climate Change Adaptation and Weather-induced Extremes, due to launch as part of the DestinE system in the summer of 2024. Their ground-breaking interactive features will assist users in designing accurate and actionable adaptation strategies. This new website informs about the development process and timeline.

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Date: 13 Oct 2023