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Researching climate change and what it means to us

We are at the forefront of climate adaptation, which aims to ensure that public and private sector users have the most optimal basis for making their decisions.

Adaptation to climate change is essential through more detailed knowledge of precipitation, wind, and temperature to ensure robust and sustainable societies.

We also develop seasonal forecasts in the Seasonal Forecasting Engine, information that will be relevant to many sectors, such as power, insurance, and agriculture.

We are experts in advanced climate modeling, which is important for both climate adaptation and for creating scenarios for greenhouse gas emissions. We contribute to the efforts of decision-makers to reduce CO2 emissions, and our research is an important part of the knowledge base of the International Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

We also develop methods for monitoring marine environments. For example, our researchers measure CO2 leakage, and acidification in the oceans and fjords, and we closely monitor ice spread in the Arctic and Antarctica.

How can we help you?

Our clients are directorates and ministries, municipalities, counties, as well as major international partners. Through national and international networks, we cooperate closely with other research communities and academic communities.

Our expertise is in collecting and analysing data that provide a basis for making decisions for a sustainable future. We use our advanced research infrastructures to identify new and innovative solutions.

Our research takes a 360-degree perspective, and we offer a knowledge base in most areas of society.

Please get in touch if you would like to cooperate with us.

Trond Martin Dokken

EVP Climate & Environment - Bergen

+47 56 10 75 16
+47 975 64 402

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