Tuscany-based multichannel communication platforms and online solutions provider COMMpla announces the completion of the main website of the CO2 Human Emissions (CHE) project, playing an important part in the spreading awareness about CO2 emissions and the protection of the environment.
CHE brings together European expertise and a consolidated approach to building an operational anthropogenic CO2 emission monitoring support capacity.
Its partners are at the forefront of developments in the compilation of emission inventories, the observation of carbon cycles from ground-based and satellite measurements, process modelling of the carbon cycle, atmospheric transport modelling, and data assimilation and inversion systems.
CHE is a project coordinated by the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECWMF) and is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
The website, now live at www.che-project.eu, has been developed by COMMpla over a period of just a month and was build from scratch using Drupal 8. It was designed based on the latest best practices, designed to be responsive and mobile-optimized.
“This is a particularly important project for COMMpla. As a small Italian company, we are proud to have developed this website. This is in fact the third project that we are developing for the ECMWF, attesting to the high capability and skills in our company,” said COMMpla Project Manager Olga Renda.
Other website projects that COMMpla has executed or is currently executing for ECMWF are the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service and the new interface for European Flood Awareness System (EFAS).
Customer: European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECWMF) - CO2 Human Emissions (CHE)