The Office for Coordination of Climate Change Observation (OCCCO) supports the activities of Japanese Alliance for Climate Change Observation (JACCO). The JACCO was established by the Ministry of the Environment (MOE) and the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) in April 2006 to plan and coordinate comprehensive and integrated climate change observation systems. The OCCCO, located in the Center for Global Environmental Research (CGER) of the National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES), performs the following activities: (1) the assessment of the need for climate change observations, (2) the enhancement of the accessibility of observation data, and coordinating the use of observational platforms of relevant organizations, (3) managing of public relations activities, and (4) convening of meetings for promoting JACCO's activities.
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2017-3-1

[Greenhouse Gases Observing SATellite (GOSAT) - space "eyes" watching our planet]NEW
We would like to introduce English version of the video on Greenhouse Gases Obserbing SATellite (GOSAT), Japan's satellite to monitor greenhouse gases such as CO2 and methane (CH4).
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2017-1-30

We have revised the JACCO pamphlet (PDF:3,854KB) [Publications].

2016-11-30

[Japan's Assistance Initiatives to Address Climate Change]
Japan has announced "Japan's Assistance Initiatives to Address Climate Change"


2016-11-10

[CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION PLATFORM, JAPAN (A-PLAT)]
We have launched English website of
"CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION PLATFORM, JAPAN (A-PLAT)".
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2015-12-15

GLOBAL CLIMATE OBSERVATION: THE ROAD TO THE FUTURE
The conference "Global Climate Observation: the Road to the Future" by GCOS (Global Climate Observing System) is held from 2-4 March 2016 at the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences, Amsterdam.

2015-3-31

We renewed OCCCO website.
2015-2-20 We revised the JACCO pamphlet (PDF:1,447KB) [Publications].
2014-2-20 JMA ranked 2013 to be the second warmest year since 1891 (3 February 2014) (PDF:180KB).
2013-11-14 "WMO Greenhouse Gas Bulletin No.9 (6 November 2013)" is now online.The globally averaged mole fractions of carbon dioxide (CO2), methane(CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) reached new highs in 2012.
2013-10-1 The Summary for Policymakers (SPM) of the Working Group I contribution to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (WGI AR5), "Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis", was approved and the underlying scientific and technical assessment accepted.
2013-9-19 We revised the JACCO pamphlet.

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