Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research, CSPR

About us

CSPR is a platform for collaborative knowledge production and dissemination to trigger and promote societal changes towards safe and just climate futures for all. Our goal is to create knowledge and methodological approaches that can support and advance national and international climate actions.

Researchers at the Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research (CSPR) study the challenges of climate change mitigation, adaptation and sustainability transformations. CSPR research encompasses global to local scales, from UN climate conferences to local governments and citizens.

We develop, share and apply insights and approaches from political science, geography, environmental humanities, visualization and communication, physics, environmental and sustainability science.

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Reports

Cover of publication 'Co-production of Climate Services: A diversity of approaches and good practice from the ERA4CS projects (2017–2021)'
Maria Máñez Costa, Amy M. P. Oen, Tina-Simone Schmid Neset, Loius Celliers, Mirko Suhari, Jo-Ting Huang-Lachmann, Rafael Pimentel, Berill Blair, Jelmer Jeuring, Ernesto Rodriguez-Camino, Christiana Photiadou, Yairen Jerez Columbié, Chuansi Gao, Nicu Constantin Tudose, Sorin Cheval, Athanasios Votsis, Jennifer Joy West, Kaylin Lee, Len Shaffrey, Cornelia Auer, Holger Hoff, Inga Menke, Peter Walton, Susanne Schuck-Zöller (2022)

Documents

Climate focus

News

Preem's refinery in Lysekil.

08 January 2024

The canaries of climate transition

Lysekil, Luleå and Slite. Three locations where the demands for transition to a fossil-free society have upended people’s lives. For several years now, researchers from Linköping University have studied the residents’ stories.

07 December 2023

Three proposals from researchers to meet EU climate goals

The ability to meet EU climate goals is enhanced by investing in new technologies that remove CO₂ from the atmosphere. Although it is currently unprofitable, there are ways to change that. This is concluded in an article by researchers from LiU.

22 November 2023

The temperature is rising ahead of this year’s climate summit

Her passport is already on her desk. Maria Jernnäs at Tema M - Environmental Change is ready to leave for this year’s climate summit in Dubai. But despite the increasingly acute climate threat, she does not think negotiations will be easy.

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