Leibniz Research Alliance
Crises in a Globalised World

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Leibniz Institutions of Section E (Environmental Sciences)

Leibniz-Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops, Großbeeren und Erfurt (IGZ)

Focus Work on the scientific base of ecologically meaningful and also effective production of garden produce
Section E
Working groups Global Food Crises
Website www.igzev.de
Contact person Prof. Dr. Eckhard George

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

Focus Inter-disciplinary research on global change, climate impacts and sustainable development in order to generate interdisciplinary insights and to provide society with sound information for decision making
Section E
Working groups Environmental Crises, Political Orders and Crises, Experts in Crises/Crises Experts, Theory and Semantics of Crises
Website www.pik-potsdam.de
Contact person Dr. Jacob Schewe

Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research, Leipzig (TROPOS)

Focus Monitoring, understanding and modelling the physical and chemical processes of tropospheric aerosols and clouds from the molecular and micro-scale to long-range transports into polluted regions of various strengths
Section E
Workng groups Environmental Crises, Experts in Crises/Crises Experts
Website www.tropos.de
Contact person Prof. Dr. Andreas Macke

Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research, Müncheberg (ZALF)

Focus Highlighting perspectives for the sustainable use of the resource landscape in the context of the development of rural areas, using the example of its model regions, arising from current and anticipated social discussions
Section E
Working groups Environmental Crises, Global Food Crises
Website www.zalf.de
Contact person Dr. Stefan Sieber

Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research, Bremen (ZMT)

Focus Analysing tropical ecosystems in their complexity and to establish the necessary scientific base for the development of concepts for Integrated Coastal Zone Management
Section E
Working groups Environmental Crises
Website www.zmt-bremen.de
Contact person Prof. Dr. Anna-Katharina Hornidge