Publikationen zu Klima, globalem Wandel und Energie

Publikationen und Statusberichte aus qualitativ hochstehenden Quellen, die uns aufgefallen sind.

Teaser: Klimabulletin Jahr 2015
  • 2017

Klimabulletin Sommer 2017

Die Schweiz registrierte 2017 den drittwärmsten Sommer seit Messbeginn im Jahr 1864. Im landesweiten Mittel stieg die Sommertemperatur 1.9 Grad über die Norm 1981–2010. Heisser waren bisher nur der Sommer 2015 mit 2.3 Grad und der legendäre Hitzesommer Sommer 2003 mit 3.6 Grad über der Norm.
High-end climate scenarios in Europe, cover of the joint IMPRESSIONS, HELIX and RISES-AM- policy booklet.
  • 2017

High-End Climate Change In Europe: Impacts, Vulnerability and Adaptation

This policy booklet syntesizes research knowledge on the impacts of and adaptation to high-end climate change from three major EU-funded projects — IMPRESSIONS, HELIX and RISES-AM — combining the forces of over 150 researchers from leading scientific institutions across Europe. It examines impacts and adaptation in the policy context of food, freshwater, forestry, coastal protection, nature conservation, urban areas and infrastructure, human health and foreign policy.
Science for Disaster Risk Management 2017: Knowing better and losing less ©EU
  • 2017

Science for Disaster Risk Management 2017: Knowing better and losing less

The EU Disaster Risk Management Knowledge Centre has produced its first flagship science report addressing the multi-risk impacts of natural and human-induced hazards. It presents the state of science in Disaster Risk Management (DRM), and shows practical use of scientific knowledge in DRM actions in Europe.
Safer Lives and Livelihoods in Mountains
  • 2017

Safer lives and livelihoods in mountains

Making the Sendai Framework for disaster risk reduction work for sustainable mountain development
EEA (2017): Financing Europe’s low carbon, climate resilient future
  • 2017

Financing Europe’s low carbon, climate resilient future

European countries need to rapidly step up efforts and define their investment needs and plans to match their objectives in shifting to a low-carbon, climate-resilient economy. This is the key finding of this stocktaking briefing published by the European Environment Agency (EEA), which also stresses the need for clear information on investment needs and priorities to attract private finance.
EASAC report dedicated electricity storage
  • 2017

Stromnetze in Europa: erhöhter Bedarf an spezifischer Stromspeicherung

Der europäische Dachverband nationaler Wissenschaftsakademien (EASAC) hat den Mehrwert von gross- und kleinräumiger Stromspeicherung untersucht. Dies vor dem Hintergrund, dass die Produktion von erneuerbaren Energien schwankend ist und deren stabile Integration in europäische Stromnetze vermehrt gross angelegte Stromspeicherung erfordert.
Teaser: Das Klima ändert – auch in der Schweiz

Berichte für die Schweiz

ProClim publiziert IPCC-Berichte spezifisch für die Schweiz