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A constructive approach to climate protection: Potsdam Climate Council with PIK participation
02 / 22 / 2021 - Sociologist Fritz Reusswig of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) has been appointed to the new Climate Council of the state capital Potsdam. Hosted by Bernd Rubelt, Councillor for Urban Development, Construction, Economy and Environment, the members introduced themselves to the public today . The Climate Council acts as a mediator, expert and facilitator for successful climate protection and aims to create a broad debate and visibility in the state capital Potsdam.
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Klimafit
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Winter weather, a polar front – and areas of drought: PIK's assessment of the current weather situation.
02/12/2021 - In January and February of 2021, parts of Europe, America and also Germany have experienced partly extreme winter weather. Nevertheless, there are widespread large areas of drought especially in Germany - PIK researchers Stephan Rahmstorf and Fred Hattermann on current climate-related weather changes.
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Übung mit Studierenden der TU Dresden: das Modell 4C
04/02/2021 - RD2 Wissenschaftler der Arbeitsgruppe 'Forest and Ecosystem Resilience', Dr. Martin Gutsch und Mats Mahnken, haben zusammen mit Prof. Dr. Marieke van der Maaten-Theunissen der TU Dresden im Rahmen der Veranstaltung 'Waldwachstum und Umwelt' das Modell 4C präsentiert und gemeinsam mit Studierenden angewendet.
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From droughts to floods: climate change and migration in Peru
02/10/2021 - Too much, too little water: People in Peru are increasingly experiencing climate extremes. If climate impacts like water-related hazards continue to accelerate, more climate-induced migration and severe pressure on people’s well-being could be the consequence. These are the key results of a comprehensive report by a team of natural and social scientists from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) that was presented today during a joint event.
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