Center for International Climate Research
Center for International Climate Research

Founding Year: 1992

Staff: 88

Budget:

Kristin Halvorsen (Director)

An institute for interdisciplinary climate research delivering “new insights that help solve the climate challenge and strengthen international cooperation.” It aims to achieve this goal “through research and dissemination of a high international standard.” For example, its “researchers collaborate with top researchers from around the world and publish their work in recognized international journals, reports, books and periodicals.”

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Center for International Climate Research contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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