Get involved

There are many ways you can get involved in ICOS activities and help combat the climate change more effectively through deeper knowledge on greenhouse gases and carbon cycles

point Join the ICOS mailing lists to get the latest news and information from ICOS and the networks around Europe:

ICOS RI Newsletter
ICOS Carbon Portal Newsletter

point Help us spread the word by following and retweeting us in Twitter, sharing our photos in Flickr and liking them in Instagram, or joining the ICOS LinkedIn group where you can share your thoughts and comments within the community.

blue ball Find out about upcoming events that you can get involved in.

point Join the ICOS Research Infrastructure Network

point Join the ICOS community. Check the Careers page for open vacancies, internships and volunteering opportunities.

blue ball Help others to learn more about research infrastructures and greenhouse gases by using our European Infrastructure Network for teaching and research purposes. Get in touch with your ICOS National Network contact person to find out more.

ICOS - Knowledge through observations