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This year iClimate have granted a total amount of 218.738 d.kr distributed to five highly climate relevant research projects carried out by iClimate members. You can read more below.
iClimate researchers has together with a team of research colleagues found that, what cleaner air after a green transition can mean in terms of rescued deaths and illness. - The savings are comparable to the actual cost of the green transition.
Researchers from the Department of Geoscience at Aarhus University are participating in a new research project, ECOTIP, which will investigate the impacts of climate change on the marine ecosystems in the Arctic and the cascading effects on the environment and society. The aim is to ensure sustainable use of ecosystems for generations to come.
Climate research at the Department of Environmental Sciences and iClimate will be strengthened from 1 June with the appointment of Professor Peter Langen, who will replace his management position at DMI with the structure and development of the Institute's research in climate modeling. Head of department Carsten Suhr Jacobsen believes that Peter Langen can get the AU on the "world map". (Have a look at the full article in Danish via the link above)
Researchers from Aarhus University collaborate with researchers from the University of Copenhagen on the development of system analyzes that support a more climate-friendly food production and biomass use in Danish agriculture. (Have a look at the full article in Danish via the link above)
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