Climate Research in Germany

As a hotspot for climate (and climate change) research, Germany is also at the forefront of policy, research, and innovation revolving around Cities and Climate in the European Union.

Since 2007, climate researchers in Germany have joined forces in the German Climate Consortium. Besides PIK (which was founded in 1992) and the AWI, more than 20 other research institutions and universities belong to the consortium, as do official agencies such as the German Environment Agency, Germany’s national meteorological service, Deutscher Wetterdienst, and the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Hamburg.

(Source: Research in Germany)

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