An intense and successful first I-CISK project General Assembly in Münster

The European project “Innovating Climate services through Integrating Scientific and local Knowledge” (I-CISK) recently held its general assembly in Münster. 52°North invited representatives from all partners across Europe to present their progress and to discuss open questions from the first project year.

This was the first general assembly meeting of the I‐CISK project and marked the second time the whole consortium came together, following the kick‐off meeting that was held in Delft in November 2021.

The objective of the general assembly was to come together as a consortium to discuss project progress and explore how to take the project forward to meet the objectives it has set. A particular aspect of this meeting was to interact with each other, exchange ideas, find each other and discover collaborations and how to work together going forward, and of course, to be inspired.

The general assembly was structured around a detailed agenda. It included sessions in which updates were made on the progress made in the different work packages that constitute the project, interactive sessions, and sessions that included joint learning on the co‐creation process and theory of change. Additionally, a short Project Coordination Team meeting was held. The meeting was well attended both in person in Münster, as well as online. All partners contributed actively to the meeting with several representatives from each attending either in‐person (the majority) or online.