CICERO researcher Karianne de Bruin, together with Thordis Thorarinsdottir (NR) and Martin Drews (DTU) are convening a session on extremes and adaptation decision-making under uncertainty during the European Climate Change Adaptation (ECCA) Conference in Glasgow.
CICERO invites to an open seminar on public positions on climate change and climate policies, with internationally renowned scientists from the US, Denmark and Norway.
The Paris Agreement calls to hold the increase in the global average temperature to “well below 2°C”. What on earth does that mean?
In Norway, agricultural emissions are generally regarded to contribute about 8% of total emissions. How has this changed over time? And where do those emissions come from?
Can we reach the sun with pseudo-fixes such as pumping carbon underground or aerosols over ground? Or are climate change solutions such as solar radiation management and CCS examples of pure hubris, posing an immense risk for humanity?