Research Area: Regional Impacts and Adaptation Strategies (RIAS)
Climate impact assessment is emerging as a highly important and relevant field of research. One important area of study is the interaction between global and regional systems with a focus on the challenges of adaptation strategies in the context of climate change. Our goal is to study the climate-change-related impacts in Germany and other affected regions worldwide. The results are used to help deriving adaptation and mitigation strategies.
- How to achieve regional energy, food and water security under climate change?
- How to improve robustness of impact assessments?
- What are human dimensions of climate change in most effected regions?
- What are possible chances for a regional carbon free development?
Frank Brenner, Tobias Conradt, Iulii Didovets (guest), Samuel Fournet, Christoph Gornott, Pia Gottschalk, Martin Gutsch, Fred Hattermann, Ylva Hauf, Cornelia Hesse, Peter Hoffmann, Thomas Kartschall, Hagen Koch, Chris Kollas, Valentina Krysanova, Zbyszek Kundzewicz, Neele Larondelle, Petra Lasch-Born, Stefan Liersch, Anastasia Lobanova, Christoph Menz, Christin Meyer (guest), Mikolaj Piniewski (guest), Julia Reinhardt, Christopher Reyer, Arne Spekat, Felicitas Suckow, Tobias Vetter, Michel Wortmann