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CLIMA aims to create a Euro-Asian network on Climate Change and Sustainable Development. The action responds to the need to enhance the technical and scientific capacities of young staff, to understand and respond to the local impacts of global changes by sustainable policies, procedures and practices. The project aims to prepare, through an integrated scientific and educational approach, a number of technical experts on Management of Climate Change issues, fostering cooperation and creating a scientific network between European and Asian academic institutions and strengthening the link between academia and policy-making through the improvement of communication and of availability of technical expertise and competences.
The CLIMA Newsletter 12 March 2009 is now available. Final Conference 9-10 October 2008. Euro-Asian research and training in CLImate change MAnagement (CLIMA) is a project funded by the European Union, within Asia-Link Programme , a programme dedicated to higher education networking between Europe and Asia. CLIMA aims to create a Euro-Asian network on Climate Change and Sustainable Development.
The EU has set ambitious goals for its climate and energy policy, and it wants to use Norwegian hydropower to pave the way towards a renewable society. Norway, however, hopes that the road to a renewable society runs through Norwegian natural gas fields. Read more >> Air pollution worse in rural areas than in cities