The group brings together scientists from several disciplines who conduct trans-disciplinary research on both a national and international level.
The group’s objectives fall within five main domains:
- Impacts assessment: to conduct pioneering research on climate change impacts at local, national, and international levels on water resources, coastal zones, forests, biodiversity, agriculture, public health, tourism, energy demand, and transports;
- Adaptation: to contribute towards national and global research on adaptation to climate change;
- Networking: to establish national and international networks in our research areas;
- Dissemination: to disseminate information on climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation to stakeholders at all levels.
Latest events @ CCIAM
Climate assessments: 25 years of the IPCC
It was published in Nature on 17 October, an article entitled "Molecular understanding of sulfuric acid-amine particle nucleation in the atmosphere" (DOI 10.1038/nature12663), the authorship team "CLOUD Experiment", which are part of researchers Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon (Filipe Duarte Santos and António Amorim) and the University of Beira Interior (António Tomé and Sandra Mogo).
Comunicação direta de Bruxelas de Humberto Delgado Rosa, atualmente Diretor do “Mainstreaming Adaptation & Low Carbon Technology” no Diretório Geral de Ação Climática da Comissão Europeia.
EU Climate Action - Desafios e Oportunidades em Portugal. Organizada pelo CCIAM no âmbito dos projectos Europeus CIRCLE2 e BASE