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Welcome to the CCCA

As the coordinating body for the promotion of climate research in Austria, the CCCA pursues the following goals:

To strengthen Austrian climate research

  • Improving the coherence of climate research in Austria
  • Increasing the efficiency of climate research (networking, synergies)
  • Creating a culture of high-quality research
  • Increasing visibility of climate research and understanding of relevance
  • Facilitating cooperation with other relevant areas of research

Facilitate the education of a new generation of researchers and supporting knowledge transfer    

  • Facilitating the education of young scientists
  • Promotion of the Young Scientists working group

To support science transfer

  • networking workshops
  • newsletter
  • intelligible publications

To advise politics and society

  •  Provision of the scientific basis for climate policies on national,  EU and international levels
  •  Provision of target-group orientated education on questions of climate change for various actors in society

Events

16. Februar 2018
21. Februar 2018
28. Februar 2018 um 09:00
01. März 2018 um 13:00
Treffen der CCCA AG Klimkom
Ort: 1010 Wien, Rathaus, Stiege 5, Sitzungszimmer 504
07. März 2018 um 18:30
Tiefenbohrung XI "Ordoliberalismus, Neoliberalismus und Soziale Marktwirtschaft"
Ort: Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Clubraum, Gebäude LC, Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Wien
09. März 2018
13. März 2018
BOKU Alumni Jobwoche 2018
Ort: Universität für Bodenkultur, Standorte: AULA Muthgasse, AULA Schwackhöfer-Haus, Wien
20. März 2018 um 19:00
WU matters. WU talks. "Denkverbote und Sprechgebote: Auswirkungen auf Nachhaltigkeit"
Ort: Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Festsaal 1, Gebäude LC, Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Wien
26. März 2018 um 10:30

“Following its guiding strategy of ‘klimaneutral.energieautonom.nachhaltig’ (climate-neutral.energy-autonomous.sustainable), the Province of Salzburg has committed itself to a very ambitious programme of implementation in the areas of climate protection, adaptation to climate change, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. Time and again, this requires high-level external scientific expertise. Acting as an interface between science and administration, the Climate Change Centre Austria plays an increasingly important role and has repeatedly proven a reliable partner of the Province.”

Dr. Gunter Sperka
Province of Salzburg’s Coordinator for Climate Protection and Environmental Planning