World Meteorological Organization Concept Note
CCOG research contributed to the WMO’s concept note providing an overview of the status, opportunities and challenges of data handling and application of AI in the environmental modelling field, with recommendations for actions for WMO to support the community in its response.
European Parliament, Directorate-General for Internal Policies of the Union
CCOG research informed a study on Artificial Intelligence and the fisheries sector. The study reviewed current AI systems legislation and main application of AI methods. Additionally the study offered policy recommendations relevant to EU decision-making to achieve better use of AI systems in the fisheries sector.
NOAA AI Strategic Plan (2021-2025)
CCOG research on Monitoring of Ocean State for Improved Climate Predictions was featured
in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategy. The NOAA AI Strategy is an action to the President’s Executive Order on Maintaining American Leadership in Artificial Intelligence.
New Zealand’s Marine Protected Area Legislation
CCOG results were requested by advisers of the New Zealand Department of Conservation for their ongoing work to improve decision-making associated with marine protected area implementation and the reform of New Zealand’s Marine Protected Area Legislation. Data like what we provided informs the development of ecologically representative systems of protected areas as required by international agreements such as the Convention on Biological Diversity’s Programme of Work on Protected Areas.
Certificate of Recognition from the California State Legislature
Prof. Sonnewald recieves a certificate of recognition from the California State Legislature for advancing multicultural perspectives on science.