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Headphones in, volume up: PIK in Podcasts

PIK expertise is requested in a great variety of podcasts. Lend us your ear and gain insight into a selection of the latest audio productions featuring PIK scientists from Johan Rockström to Stefan Rahmstorf, Ricarda Winkelmann and many more.
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Four short films created as part of the AGRICA project

Based on the results of PIK’s climate risk analysis at district level for Ghana’s Upper West Region (UWR), four short documentaries were created to show the effects of climate change on agriculture and crop production. The films present different adaptation strategies that can enable local smallholder farmers to better cope with the challenges of climate change and to stabilize their yields, using the example of Northern Ghana.
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Sustain Ability. The Potsdam Dialogues - Science for a Safe Tomorrow. Episode 1: The future of farming

Science for your ears: The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) has launched its very own podcast. The dialogue series ‘Sustain Ability. The Potsdam Dialogues - Science for a Safe Tomorrow’ brings together leading thinkers and doers to discuss how to stabilize our climate and advance the transition to sustainability. The first episode features EU Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans and PIK Director Johan Rockström.
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From broken food systems to economic modeling and grassland fires: Climate impact research explained easy and to the point.
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PIK research explained by experts

From Gulf Stream System slowdown to carbon budgets and space food for cows: PIK scientists explain their latest research results.
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A Brief History of CO2 Emissions

A short movie that visualizes the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of the past – and the possible future.
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Paper Planes - a very short movie about climate, impact, research

Who is PIK, what do we do? Find out in our very own PIK Movie!
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Understanding the impacts of 1.5°C

Five scientists explain what a global warming of 1.5°C could imply across different sectors.
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