The primary objective is to generate vital new knowledge as a basis for adaptive responses by human society. The main focus is on the climate system; climate trends in the past, present and future; direct and indirect impacts of climate change on the natural environment and society.
Norwegian R&D institutions, in all areas, can now apply for travel support and coverage of conference participation costs for female researchers from the South.
How vulnerable are municipalities to adverse effects from flooding, strong winds, avalanches, land or mudslides or other natural disasters? In Norway, researchers have developed an interactive map displaying physical and social vulnerability throughout the country.
The Research Council of Norway will be the Norwegian partner in a new programme aiming to advance research cooperation with South Africa. This is clear from the newly signed framework agreement between the two countries’ authorities.
The Research Council of Norway
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