WHO IS CLIMATEADVICE?
ClimateAdvice collaborates with government agencies and private companies on a range of environmental and climate change projects creating value for customers through a professional scientific approach.
ClimateAdvice uses the latest knowledge and technologies to provide technical and conceptual solutions to environmental and climate change issues. ClimateAdvice participates in research and development projects with scientists and advisors from around the world.
The team behind ClimateAdvice has more than 15 years of experience providing scientific consulting and outreach services and developing environmental and climate change projects. ClimateAdvice combines knowledge gained from our scientific research with technical expertise in geo-science, remote sensing, and GIS. Our experience is based on engagement on numerous projects – including large projects concerned with making water resource estimates for South America and minor mapping and surveying projects in the Arctic region and Denmark.
ClimateAdvice is involved with scientific research across many parts of the world, collaborating with our international partners and networks in both South America and North America.
- Climate adjustment projects.
- Coastal and flood protection.
- Future climate risk assesments.
- Establishment and maintenance of meteorological
WATER AND ENVIRONMENT
- Water resource estimations and mapping.
- Hydrographic and hydrological survey.
- River and freshwater runoff modeling.
- River restoration.
- Nature Management.
- Waste water.
- Environmental evaulations.
GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION AND REMOTE SENSING
- Mapping of deforestation, desertification, coastal and
glacier changes using remotely sensed datasets.
- Surveying and data collection for the generation of digital
OUTREACH ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE
- Request a climate presentation or lectures.
CLIMATE, WATER, AND ENVIRONMENT
ClimateAdvice has estimated and mapped past (e.g., 1979-2014) hydrological conditions, including freshwater river runoff and water resources, for South America along the Andes Cordillera. This has included estimations of hydrological conditions for major cities such as Santiago, Cusco, Lima, and Quito, where the water resources originate from rain, snow and ice melt in the high Andes Cordillera. Furthermore, future hydrological conditions have been modelled up until 2100, providing valuable water resource projections for a range of commercial and scientific stakeholders.
Over recent decades rain and river runoff patterns have changed around the world. Regarding river restoration and the dimensions of natural rivers, ClimateAdvice has developed state-of-the-art equations to be used for the construction of physical natural river conditions. Such equations have been recommended by the Nature Agency of the Danish Ministry of Environment.
ClimateAdvice has projected future freshwater runoff patterns up to 2100, in relation to water resources and hydropower production for selected basins in Western Greenland, including for the ice sheet.
ClimateAdvice has mapped margin and area changes for glaciers in the Arctic region and South America for the last 25-50 years.