Research School for Socio-Economic and
Natural Sciences of the Environment
Research School for Socio-Economic and
Natural Sciences of the Environment

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Five years of the climate agreement: “We can keep the earth habitable” Exactly five years ago, 196 countries signed the UN Paris Climate Agreement. The ambitious agreements have not been collecting dust over the past five years, to the great delight of Rik Leemans, professor of Environmental Systems Analysis at WUR. He feels that global warming is being taken seriously at last. And with the proposed measures it looks like we will manage to significantly curb the increase in temperature over the next 80 years.
Tuesday 15 December 2020
How to better observe sudden changes in Europe’s climate It can be crucial to monitor tipping points in climate, whereas a tiny change can push a system into a completely new state. Researchers from the Hedley Centre have identified certain metrics that can be used to detect abrupt variations in the system of sea currents in the Northern Atlantic Ocean.
European Commission, Wednesday 12 August 2020





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PhD graduations

Oscar Kamps Mars in Multi-Dimensions, A Global Geological Survey
University of Twente, Department of Earth Systems Analysis
Graduation date: 10 March 2021