2018.12.11 | Public/media

New technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from livestock production

Private companies and research institutions brainstormed the possibilities on a meeting arranged by iClimate, Aarhus University Interdisciplinary centre for Climate Change.

2018.12.07 | People

iCLIMATE scientist among world's most cited

Congratulations to Professor Jørgen E. Olesen, whose research focus on the dynamics between agriculture and climate, for being listed among the world's 6000 most cited researchers

2018.11.05 | Research

New publication with iCLIMATE-contribution questions the effect of forest management as a climate change mitigation tool

The article published in Nature shows that even if forest carbon sequestration may be reinforced, the climate benefits may be offset by concurrent management-induced factors such as changed albedo, transpiration, and more

2018.11.05 | Research

New publication with iCLIMATE-contribution shows effect of climate change on common European crops

The article published in Nature Communications shows the surprisngly different implications of heat and drought on plants - an insight which could be crucial for developing resilient crops for future climates

2018.10.08 | Press release

Newest IPCC report released: We are already seeing the consequences of 1°C of global warming

The report clearly states that effects of global warming are already seen through more extreme weather, rising sea levels and diminishing Arctic sea ice, among other changes. It also sketches the dire consequences of overshooting 2°C, and the paths that are needed to stay within 1.5°C.

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