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Climate Talks

Öffentliche online stattfindende Ringvorlesung des Masterstudienganges "Climate Change Management"

Die Climate Talks finden Montags um 16:00 Uhr statt und werden online über Zoom übertragen.

Bei Interesse an den Zugangsdaten wenden Sie sich bitte rechtzeitig vor der Veranstaltung an Ramona Müller.


The Response of Bavarian Mountain Forests to Climate Change

Prof. Dr. Jörg Ewald - University of Applied Sciences Weihenstephan, Germany


The Biosphere in the Climate System

Prof. Dr. HaPe Schmid - KIT-Campus Alpin, Germany


Why are African countries struggling to adapt to climate change impacts?

Prof. Dr. Ademola Adenle - Technical University of Denmark


The role of nitrogen management for climate change mitigation in the agricultural sector

Dr. Clemens Scheer - KIT-Campus Alpin, Germany


Amazon rainforest responses to environmental change

Prof. Dr. Anja Rammig - Technical University of Munich, Germany


Forest mortality dynamics in Germany – how can we cope with it?

Prof. Dr. Andreas Bolte - Thünen Institute, Germany


Are Protected Areas still feasible tools for biodiversity conservation in the face of climate change?

Prof. Dr. Carl Beierkuhnlein - University of Bayreuth, Germany


Carbon Cycling in the Pürgschachen Moor, Enns Valley, Austria

Prof. Dr. Stephan Glatzel - University of Vienna, Austria


Change in rain erosivity during the past 60 years and projections until 2050

Prof. Dr. Karl Auerswald - Technical University of Munich & LfL, Germany


Restoration of Atlantic Coastal bogs impacted by sea level rise due to climate changes

Prof. Dr. Line Rochefort -Université Laval, Canada


Tropical Peatlands: Carbon, Conflict and Compromise

Prof. Dr. Susan Page - University of Leicester, United Kingdom


Ultra emitters of methane and implications for climate policy

Assoc Dir. Dr. Philippe Ciais -Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement, France


Wintersemester 2022/23


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