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Here, GERICS presents how they develop tools and solutions in interdisciplinary collaboration with 9 Helmholtz Centres for a roadmap to make Germany CO2-neutral by 2050.
Here, GERICS discusses how they are engaging with stakeholders to improve urban climate modelling capabilities and fight climate change.
Julius Pröll from the Climate Service Center Germany turns our attention to the importance of bridging the gap between research institutions and commercial multipliers of climate services.
Here, Dr Kevin Sieck from the Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS), details the advances and challenges in regional climate modelling today.
Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS) contributes to increasing the evidence base on Nature-Based Solutions by taking part in two Horizon 2020 projects, NAIAD and OPERANDUM, as we find out here.
Urban transformation and the relevance of critical infrastructure is placed under the spotlight here by Prof Dr Daniela Jacob at Climate Service Centre Germany (GERICS).
Climate Service Centre Germany (GERICS) has been selected as a co-host for the new World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) Coordination Office for Regional Activities (CORA).
Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS) explores the degree to which climate change impacts the energy sector in Europe
In this e-book, the Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS) sets out individual solutions for climate change adaptation challenges
Apl Prof. Dr Steffen Bender and Dr Markus Groth from Climate Service Centre Germany (GERICS) reveal their thoughts on how to succeed in climate adaptation at the city level, including the art of lateral thinking where this is concerned
Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS) discuss understanding information on climate change and how it affects investments and scientific projects A lack of accessible, policy relevant and targeted information on the climate and potential future climate change remains prevalent in many regions of the world. This can act as a hindrance to...
A group of researchers from the Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS) ask if local governance is ready for the effects of climate change.
Director of the Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS), Prof Dr Daniela Jacob outlines the fundamentals of climate change and what it could look like in the future A lack of accessible, policy-relevant and targeted information on the climate and potential future climate change remains prevalent in many regions of the...
Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS) discusses the need to prepare for climate change as a business, presenting a tool to advance the understanding of opportunities and risks. For many of us, climate change is still a distant threat looming in the future. However, heat waves in summer, a delayed start...
Climate services is a growing sector where market opportunities and ways towards operationalisation are being explored. Prof Dr Daniela Jacob explains
GERICS are helping to assess the impact of climate change in Germany in order to develop national and regional level climate adaptation and mitigation
Professor Dr Daniela Jacob and colleagues at GERICS seek a better understanding of the climate services market and how to contribute to its development Responding to the challenge posed by climate change involves both climate mitigation to rapidly reduce global carbon emissions, as well as adapting to current and future...
GERICS is a scientific organizational entity of Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG), institutionalized in the Helmholtz Association and located in the city of Hamburg. The former Climate Service Center was an initiative developed in 2009 by the German Federal Government (BMBF), also based at HZG. Since mid 2015 the center is renamed...
Dr Daniela Jacob from the Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS) outlines how climate change hotspots can be located… There is a rising awareness that apart from the mitigation of climate change, also activities in the areas of adaptation to the potential climate change related impacts are becoming necessary. The COP21...