Austrian Assessment Report 2014 (AAR14)


Over the course of a three-year process, Austrian scientists researching in the field of climate change have produced. The Austrian Assessment Report 2014 (AAR14), an assessment report on climate change in Austria, follows the model of the IPCC Assessment Reports. In this extensive work, more than 200 scientists depict the state of knowledge on climate change in Austria and the impacts, mitigation and adaptation strategies, as well as the associated known political, economic and social issues. The Austrian Climate Research Program (ACRP) of the Klima- und Energiefonds (Climate and Energy Fund) has enabled this work by financing the coordinating activities and material costs. The extensive and substantial body of work has been carried out gratuitously by the researchers.

The following pages provide information and materials regarding the Austrian Assessment Report 2014 (AAR14).

Download is available for all graphics, individual parts of the report, tables and presentations containg the key results. Facts and figures concerning the origin of the report are available, too.

In the section set of slides and videoclips (German only) material used in presentations and workshops are available.

In the literature database all citations from the AAR14 are included.

 

Are you interested in publishing texts or figures from AAR14 in any of your presentations? Informationen on citations and copyrights are available on the individual sides.


The following brochures provide an overview of the available APCC materials:

APCC Brochure english (Printversion - ca 9 MB; Webversion - ca. 3 MB)

APCC Brochure german (Printversion - ca 9 MB; Webversion - ca. 3 MB)