umwelt und klimaforschung

Umwelt - Biowissenschaften 20.4
Umwelt - Biowissenschaften
Das Leben in Süsswasser-Gewässern hängt stark von der Nahrungszufuhr aus terrestrischen Lebensräumen ab. Zu den wichtigsten Energiequellen gehören beispielsweise Herbstlaub oder Holzresten. Der sogenannte Detritus wird als erstes hauptsächlich von Makroinvertebraten zerkleinert und verspeist.
Biowissenschaften - Umwelt 19.4
Biowissenschaften - Umwelt

Zwergbärblinge (Paedocypris) sind die kleinsten Fische der Welt. Ihnen fehlen etliche Teile des Skeletts und geschlechtsreife Tiere sind nur knapp acht Millimeter gross.

Umwelt - Medizin 16.4
Umwelt - Medizin

Pharmaka im Abfluss einer ARA aus dem Berner Oberland können die Wasserqualität des Rheins in Holland ebenso beeinträchtigen wie Pflanzenschutzmittel aus landwirtschaftlichen Kulturen im Elsass.

Aktuell 27 Stellen in Kategorie Umwelt/Nachhaltige Entwicklung.
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Umwelt/Nachhaltige Entwicklung - 17.04
PhD Position Environmental fate of perovskite photovoltaics University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland
Umwelt/Nachhaltige Entwicklung - 17.04
PostDoc Speciation of selenium in reducing environments University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland
Umwelt/Nachhaltige Entwicklung - 13.04
Labortechniker/in Umwelt(bio)technologie Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW, Muttenz
Umwelt/Nachhaltige Entwicklung - 20.03
Faculty Position in Extreme Environments EPFL, Lausanne
Psychologie - 19.04
PhD position in environmental and health psychology EAWAG, Dübendorf
Umwelt/Nachhaltige Entwicklung - 18.04
Doktorand(in) im Bereich Umweltpolitik EAWAG, Dübendorf
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La profession d’avocat en 2018:Quo vadis? University of Geneva
umwelt und klimaforschung

Switzerland has been at the forefront of climate research. The Nobel Peace Prize 2007 went to Al Gore and all the members of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Among those honoured are a number of Swiss scientists. Switzerland has decided to strengthen its leading position in climate research through several research initiatives and programs.

Research  institutions

Research programs

  • NCCR Climate: The Swiss National Science Foundation SNSF funds a long term climate project under the National Centre for Competence in Research (NCCR) scheme, the NCCR Climate. This NCCR is a network grouping the universities of Bern, Fribourg and Geneva, the Zurich Federal Institute of Technology, a number of Federal agencies, and the Swiss Re reinsuring company. It was established in 2001 with the aim of contributing substantially towards this concern and to better understand the climate system by carrying out interdisciplinary research on its variability and its potential for change. It includes such topics as historical climate change, the development of computer models to diagnose and forecast climate events, and the impact of climate change on ecosystems. 

  • The World Climate Research Program WCRP is an international program sponsored by several international organisations. It identifies knowledge gaps, prioritizes needs and leads world-class research into climate variability and climate change to meet end-user requirements and policy needs.

Platforms

  • Database allowing an overview of environmental research in the broad sense, covering themes as varied as the origins of the Earth, the understanding of natural processes or the solving of concrete environmental problems. 
  • The platform for cleantech, launched by the Swiss Government, provides all kind of information on cleantech for researchers and companies (only in German and French). Cleantech cover all products and services having a positive and sustainable effect on environment and climate.

Forums

  • Proclim is the Swiss forum for climate and global change issues. It seeks to facilitate both integrated research activities and the necessary linkages among scientists, policy-makers and the public at home and abroad . Its aims are the integration of Swiss research in international programs , s upport for interdisciplinary collaboration and dialog and information exchange and dialog with decision makers. 

  • The Swiss Committee on Polar Research (SCP) is a common forum of the Swiss Scientific Academies. Its main tasks are the national spreading of polar research results and informations through public events and publications.

Other useful links

  • Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology
  • Swiss Biological Records Center ( Centre Suisse de Cartographie de la Faune) gathers, manages and diffuses information on the distribution and the ecology of fauna in Switzerland.
  • Swiss Village in Masdar City: Masdar City, located in Abu Dhabi, is the world’s first carbon-neutral zero waste city. Switzerland is a close partner of Masdar City: A Swiss Village is being realised in the first construction phase of Masdar – the opening is scheduled for 2011. The Swiss Village is to offer a balanced mix of uses with offices, research labs and light manufacturing facilities, restaurants and shops, a Swiss business hub, a Swiss private school, apartments as well as the Swiss Embassy and an embassy residence. 

Associations and agencies for renewable energies

Portals in the field of renewable energies

  • www.energieforschung.ch, a page of the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE), provides information about activities of the Swiss Government.
  • The platform for cleantech, launched by the Swiss Government, provides all kind of information on cleantech for researchers and companies (only in German and French). Cleantech cover all products and services having a positive and sustainable effect on environment and climate.