Lecture series of the "Climate Change Management" master's degree programme open to the public.
The Climate Talks take place Thursdays at 4:00 pm (CET/MEZ) and are broadcasted via Zoom.
Please contact Ramona Müller for the login data in due time before the event.
Change in rain erosivity during the past 60 years and projections until 2050
Prof. Dr Karl Auerswald ‐ TUM ‐ Germany
Urban Climate Strategies to mitigate Climate Change
Prof. Dr Lutz Katzschner ‐ INEK ‐ Germany
GHG emissions from tropical peatland degradation – a comparison between the ombrotrophic peatlands of Indonesia and minerotrophic peatlands of Peru
Dr Louis Verchot ‐ The Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT ‐ Colombia
Climate smart agriculture in Europe
Prof. Dr Jørgen Eivind Olesen ‐ Aarhus University ‐ Denmark
Climate smart forestry in Europe: from european perspective to local implementation
Prof. Dr Gert Jan Nabuurs ‐ University of Wageningen ‐ The Netherlands
From the Amazon to the Andes: the potential role of organic soils on climate mitigation in Colombia
Dr Juan C Benavides ‐ Pontificia Universidad Javeriana ‐ Colombia
Systematic and standardised observations of greenhouse gases and carbon‐climate feedbacks in Europe and globally
Dr habil. Werner L. Kutsch ‐ Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS) ‐ Finland
Assessing the impacts of climate change and climate variability on hydrometeorological extreme events
Prof. Dr Ralf Ludwig ‐ LMU ‐ Germany
Climate change and ecosystem services: Perspectives from a carbon rich ecosystem of the northern Andes ‐ focus region Ecuador
Dr Esteban Suárez ‐ Universidad San Francisco de Quito ‐ Ecuador
Grassland and Climate Change: the past and the future
Prof. Dr Hans Schnyder ‐ TUM ‐ Germany
Challenges to Climate Policy in Germany and the EU
Prof. Dr Karen Pittel ‐ IFO/LMU ‐ Germany
How can we improve assessments of climate change impacts on
biodiversity? Examples across scales and taxa
Dr Christian Hof ‐ TUM ‐ Germany
Flash floods – global trends and importance for Bavaria: modelling and warning
Prof. Dr Markus Disse ‐ TUM ‐ Germany
The Green Deal and the Future of Climate Policy ‐ An Opportunity for the EU?
Prof. Dr Ottmar Edenhofer ‐ PIK ‐ Germany