Bridging the GHG Monitoring-Climate Action Gap
We make climate science actionable
We are an interdisciplinary team of researchers at the University Heidelberg, CalTech, CSU, UCLA and other top universities. We connect and combine empirical findings in atmospheric physics and geography on the sources of greenhouse gas emissions with social and economic sciences to understand where emissions come from and how high-resolution emissions data impacts climate action.
Interactive emissions maps
As part of our first pilot study on the sources of greenhouse gas emissions in the Rhein-Neckar region in Germany, we have published our first preliminary findings, including interactive emissions maps and some conclusions from our psychological experiments. Click here to discover our findings page.
On 2 February 2021 at 8.00 am PST (5.00 pm CET), we will host our first international online workshop of the Climate Action Science project with participants from the US and Germany. The workshop will include keynote speeches by leading scientists in the field of climate action science, networking elements, and a brief co-creation section to develop the foundation for future joint initiatives.
If you would like to learn more about our workshop or want to register, please send an e-mail to our CAS project manager Max Jungmann at maximilian.jungmann [at] ipw.uni-heidelberg.de
TED talk on Climate Change Activism
Watch this TED talk by our team member, Prof. Timo Goeschl to get a glimpse into our research: