It includes three science features: one on the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets under 1.5°C global warming; another looks at the ESM-SnowMIP paper on assessing snow models and quantifying snow-related climate feedbacks; and the third highlights the KEPLER Project. This issue also contains summaries from various CliC events held at the AGU Fall Meeting and during the Fall and Winter period; and a list of our upcoming workshops and meetings.
In this newsletter, we welcome two new CliC Scientific Steering Group Members. The CliC International Project Office also has some news. As of January 2019, it is no longer hosted at the Norwegian Polar Institute in Tromsø and until it moves to its new host in the coming months, CliC is run by Gwénaëlle Hamon, the Executive Officer, hired as a consultant by WMO.