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

24. April 2019
20. Österreichischer Klimatag
Ort: Universität für Bodenkultur Wien, Technische Universität Wien
25. April 2019 um 18:00
EU Wahl 2019: Ökologie und Ökonomie im Fokus
Ort: Franziskanerkloster Graz, Bernhardinsaal (Eingang Albrechtgasse)
29. Mai 2019
umwelt.recht: graz - Umweltrechtsforum 2019
Ort: Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Aula 

“We can only control the impact of our actions on nature and develop new strategies in climate research when we are well aware of the environment’s current state and of ongoing developments. The Technical University of Vienna’s research focus on energy and the environment pursues an interdisciplinary approach and complements its high technological proficiency with scientific expertise in the areas of climate, environment, resources, and economics. It is this expertise in particular which we contribute to the network as CCCA members, especially in the areas of earth observation, environmental analytics, and natural hazard management.”

Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Johannes Fröhlich
Vice-Rector for Research at the Technical University of Vienna