Due to their ability to provide demand driven access to complex information, appropriate digital information systems bear potential to play an important role in facilitating access to available climate change related scientific knowledge.
Necessary advances towards useful as well as usable information systems for climate change will require an increased understanding of demand and supply side, of existing barriers for information access and of both potential and limits that available information and communication technologies have to offer.
We work towards an improved understanding of these and related issues in the context of the design and development of new and the enhancement of existing innovative information platforms, including the BMU funded Climate Impacts: Global and Regional Adaptation Support Platform ci:grasp and the FP7 funded MEDIATION Common Platform.
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