CliSAP successfully finished in 2018. Climate research continues in the Cluster of Excellence "CLICCS".

Climate Booklets

"Why they drive sugar-powered cars in Brazil" (Vol. 8): Can the desire to save money and to protect the environment go hand in hand? Do offshore wind turbines affect the temperatures on coastlines? And how do our planet's three trillion trees affect our climate? Ten climate researchers report in our seventh booklet.

"Will climate change fertilize the sahara?" (Vol. 7): Will climate change make the Sahara green again? How are snowfalls in the past linked to measuring today’s Arctic sea ice shrinkage? What are the impacts of climate change on the Syrian conflict? Ten climate researchers report in our seventh booklet.

"Metamorphoses inside ash clouds" (Vol. 6): How does knowledge of climate change relate to behavior? Can climate-induced conflicts be prevented? How do volcanic ash plumes impact our climate?  Ten climate researchers report. Read the booklet.

"Knowing Next Summer's Weather in Winter" (Vol. 5): Many people think of weather, when they hear the term „climate“. Learn the difference and why a cold winter does not militate against global warming. Read the booklet.

"Listening to the Grating of the Earth" (Vol. 4): How are city busses related to science? In which way can we „eavesdrop“ on the earth by geophysical methods? Discover vivid and intelligible answers. Read the booklet.

"Why weather isn't the same as climate" (Vol. 3): Our third booklet provides answers to a raft of climate challenges: Does our climate benefit from air pollution? How much CO2 can be absorbed by the North Sea? Can nuclear power solve the climate problem? Read the booklet.

"When glaciers flow like honey" (Vol. 2): Why does the Elbe River have to work overtime? Do climatic changes affect the deep sea? What can x-rays of the rain forest’s canopy reveal? Ten climate researchers divulge amazing facts. Read the booklet.

"The ocean is not a glass of water" (Vol. 1): Did you know that sea level increases vary widely across the world? Or that, depending on their position, clouds may heat up or cool down the atmosphere? Or that climate change decides which fish you will eat in the future? Read the booklet.