Events

Past Events

  1. 20.04.2017

    KlimaCampus Colloquium: David Keith

    April 20th | David Keith, Harvard University

    "Assessing and Reducing the Risks of Solar Geoengineering"

    Time: 3:15 PM, Room 22/23 Bundestraße 53 (ground floor).

    I will discuss new results suggesting it may be possible to implement solar geoengineering using stratospheric aerosols without ozone loss...

  2. 13.04.2017

    CGG Lecture: „Sind Klimaschutz und Wirtschaftswachstum vereinbar?"

    Vortrag von Dr. Linus Mattauch, Preisträger des Köppen-Preises 2016:
    "Sind Klimaschutz und Wirtschaftswachstum vereinbar? - Eine kritische Analyse der Wachstumskritik"

    Globale Umweltprobleme wie der Klimawandel und negative soziale Auswirkungen von Konsum lassen fraglich erscheinen, ob weiteres...

  3. 13.04.2017

    KlimaCampus Colloquium: Chris Bretherton

    April 13th | Chris Bretherton, University of Washington

    "Insights from high-resolution simulation of cloud feedbacks"

    Time: 3:15 PM, Room 22/23 Bundestraße 53 (ground floor).

    Cloud feedbacks are a leading source of uncertainty in the climate sensitivity simulated by global climate models...

  4. 06.04.2017

    KlimaCampus Colloquium: Ken Caldeira

    April 6th | Ken Caldeira, Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford

    "Coral reefs, ocean acidification, and transformation of the global energy system"

    Time: 3:15 PM, Room 22/23 Bundestraße 53 (ground floor).

    This talk will discuss our recent field work in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in the ocean,...

  5. 02.02.2017

    KlimaCampus Colloquium: Gerald Haug

    January 26th | Gerald Haug, Max-Planck-Institut for Chemistry, Mainz

    THE POLAR OCEANS AND ATMOSPHERIC CO2

    In the publication to be presented, we argue for a pervasive link between cold climates and polar ocean stratification (Haug et al., 1999; Sigman et al., 2004, 2007). In both the Subarctic...

  6. 26.01.2017

    KlimaCampus Colloquium: Sami K. Solanki

    January 26th | Sami K. Solanki, Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Göttingen

    The Sun's Magnetic Field and Variability

     

    The single quantity responsible for the continuing unrest and activity of the Sun is its tangled and dynamic magnetic field. It produces many fascinating phenomena,...