Source of food, an economic space and influence on our climate – find out more about seas and oceans on the science year website. CliSAP and CEN are partners.
Natalie Trapp investigated the economic impacts of climate change for agriculture in the EU.
Here we answer frequently asked questions regarding CliSAP publications!
Joint forces for “Climate System Analysis and Prediction”: Natural sciences, economics, and humanities. CliSAP epitomizes interdisciplinary research aiming for long-range climate visions.
Human-induced or natural? Committed to collaborative climate change research, Universität Hamburg and its partners are establishing reliable future scenarios.
CliSAP currently receives its complete funding from the German Research Foundation (DFG) within the framework of the Excellence Initiative of the German federal and state governments.
CliSAP and the University’s Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability (CEN) have been closely cooperating from the start. In 2017, CliSAP’s entire research will be integrated into the CEN.