News

  1. 30.06.2015

    CliSAP Workshop: Migration in Times of Crisis

    There are two chief causes of migration: environmental destruction and global climate change on the one hand, and political oppression and violent conflicts on the other. What human mobility looks like under these conditions was the focus of an international workshop organized by CliSAP researchers...

  2. 24.06.2015

    Victor Brovkin appointed to Professor at Universität Hamburg

    On 15 June 2015, Dr. Victor Brovkin, CliSAP researcher and deputy head of the department „The Land in the Earth System“ at the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M), was awarded the academic title „Professor“ by the Universität Hamburg. The title „Professor“ according to §17 of the Hamburg...

  3. 15.06.2015

    Meteorologist Hans von Storch Receives WiSo Membership

    Universität Hamburg’s Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences (WiSo) recently appointed meteorologist Professor Hans von Storch as a member. This complements his long-standing membership in the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Sciences (MIN). The Faculty Council’s unanimous...

  4. 10.06.2015

    CliSAP/DKK: Perspektiven für die Klimaforschung bis 2025

    Professor Dr. Mojib Latif, Klimaforscher und Meteorologe, Professor Dr. Gernot Klepper, Umweltökonom, die Politikwissenschaftlerin Dr. Silke Beck und DKK-Geschäftsführerin Marie-Luise Beck stellten heute in Berlin das DKK-Positionspapier zu den „Perspektiven für die Klimaforschung 2015 bis 2025“...

  5. 27.05.2015

    Cultural anthropologist explores climate research

    News from Climate Science: Once a month, climate researchers report on their latest findings in the newspaper "Hamburger Abendblatt". Cultural anthropologist Dr. Werner Krauß is a fellow of the Cluster of Excellence in the project "Understanding Science in Interaction".

  6. 20.05.2015

    Conflicts over resources: Acceptance and reconciliation are the key

    Dr. Tobias Ide from the Cluster of Excellence CliSAP at Universität Hamburg is currently investigating under which conditions conflicts over water, grazing land, forests and fishing rights escalate to violence. His findings were recently published in the journal “Global Environmental Change” and are...

  7. 18.05.2015

    Streitkräfte weltweit rechnen mit Klimawandel

    Eine neue Studie der Universität Hamburg zeigt: Die Streitkräfte beziehen den Klimawandel in ihre strategischen Überlegungen ein. Alle 38 untersuchten Staaten erwähnen den Klimawandel in ihren offiziellen Strategiepapieren. Die meisten Länder erwarten, ihre Militärs vermehrt in der Katastrophenhilfe...