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Climate Futures

Climate Futures

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Climate Futures is a Centre for Research-Based Innovation, which will generate long-term cooperation between companies, public organizations and research groups across sectors and disciplines to tackle one of the most urgent challenges of our time, namely: The changing nature of weather and climate poses a severe threat to the prosperity and well-being of our economy and society as a whole, but climate risk is inadequately managed due to knowledge gaps and deficiencies in the decision-making processes of businesses and public authorities. Our consortium consists of seven research partners and nearly 30 user partners from the business sector, representing aquaculture, agriculture, renewable energy, disaster preparedness, shipping, insurance, finance, risk management services, as well as public organizations.

Contact

Erik Kolstad

Research Professor - Bergen

ekol@norceresearch.no
+47 56 10 75 31
+47 411 22 457

Project facts

Name

Climate Futures

Status

Active

Duration

01.10.20 - 30.09.28

Location

Bergen

Total budget

96.000.000 NOK

Project website

https://www.climatefutures.no/

Research group

Funding

Research Council of Norway (RCN)

Prosjekteier

NORCE

Project members

Manuel Hempel
Sunil Kumar Pariyar
Marius Årthun
Asgeir Sorteberg
Kristine Grimsrud
Linda Nøstbakken
Kristoffer Herland Hellton
Thea Roksvåg
Michael Scheuerer
Stein William Wallace
Geir Drage Berentsen
Håkon Otneim
Julien Brajard
Jelmer Jeuring
Ingo Bethke
Margrethe Aanesen
Jørn Kristiansen
Anders Doksæter Sivle
Francois Stephane Counillon
Noel Sebastian Keenlyside
Roar Os Ådland
Silje Lund Sørland
Tarje Iversen Wanvik
Alex Lenkoski
Thordis Linda Thorarinsdottir

Samarbeidspartnere

Universitetet i Bergen, Statistisk sentralbyrå, Norsk Regnesentral, Norges Handelshøyskole, Nansen Senter for Miljø og Fjernmåling, Meteorologisk institutt, Samfunns- og næringslivsforskning AS
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