CICERO - Center for International Climate Research

Norway's leading institute for climate research

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CICERO is studying greenhouse gas emissions from the food and land-use systems

As part of the project NorthWesternPaths, CICERO researchers are studying how changes in diet, food waste, agriculture and forestry could help reduce Norway’s greenhouse gas emissions.

Tipping points, cascading risks and conflicts in hot spots of climate-society interaction

April 15, 15:00 - 16:00 CET


JUSTDECARB aims to contribute knowledge on how climate change can be made socially just and politically robust.

Policies and investments for a climate smart Barents Region

Tuesday 27 April, 10:00 - 15:00 CET

Climate policies must intensify to accelerate emission reductions in the post-COVID era

Global CO2 emissions declined sharply in 2020, but with a rebound expected in 2021 efforts must be intensified if the world is to reach the targets of the Paris Climate Agreement and keep global warming well below 2°C, a new study shows.

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Recent publications

The Norwegian trekking association: conditions for its continued existence with new tourism patterns.

Hege Westskog, Tor Halfdan Aase, Iris Leikanger

Trust and Sharing in Online Environments. A Comparative Study of Different Groups of Norwegian Car Sharers

Tom Erik Julsrud, Tanu Priya Uteng

A systematic review on the association between total and cardiopulmonary mortality/morbidity or cardiovascular risk factors with long-term exposure to increased or decreased ambient temperature

Sofia Zafeiratou, Evangelia Samoli, Konstantina Dimakopoulou, Sophia Rodopoulou, Antonis Analitis, Antonio Gasparrini, Massimo Stafoggia, Francesca De' Donato, Shilpa Rao-Skirbekk, Ana Monteiro, Masna Rai, Siqi Zhang, Susanne Breitner, Kristin Aunan, Alexandra Schneider, Klea Katsouyanni

A review of dominant sustainable energy narratives

Erling Holden, Kristin Linnerud, Bente Johnsen Rygg

A catalogue of the terrestrial and marine animals of Svalbard

Pål Prestrud, Hallvard Strøm, Helle V. Goldman