Think tank

Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Modelling

CCIAM

Lisbon, Portugal

Climate Change Impacts Adaptation and Mitigation Research Group (CCIAM) is a research laboratory involved in several projects in the domains of climate change impact assessment, adaptation and mitigation strategies and development of downscaled climate scenarios. The group’s objectives fall within four main domains: - Impacts assessment: to conduct pioneering research on climate change impacts at local, national, and international levels on water resources, coastal zones, forests, biodiversity, agriculture, public health, tourism, energy demand, and transports; - Adaptation: to contribute towards national and global research on adaptation to climate change; - Networking: to establish national and international networks in their research areas; - Dissemination: to disseminate information on climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation to stakeholders at all levels.

Contact details

Website:
http://sim.ul.pt/cciam/

Address:
Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa, Edifício C2, 5º Piso, Sala 2.5.46 Campo Grande, 1749-016 Lisboa, Portugal

Country:
Portugal

Sub-region:
Southern Europe

Areas of focus

Geographics of focus
Global
Operating languages
English

Organisation details

Institutional affiliations
Independent
Year founded
2003
Age (years)
Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Modelling
 18
Portugal average
 26
Global average
 31
Founded by
Founders: Ministry of Education and Science
Founder gender: Other/Not applicable
Leadership
Leader(s) (2019): Rui Perdigão
Leader gender: Male
Staff size
2019
Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Modelling
 35
Portugal average
 116
Global average
 120
% Female staff
2019
Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Modelling
36% 
Portugal average
26% 
Global average
42% 
% Female researchers
2019
Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Modelling
40% 
Portugal average
48% 
Global average
34% 

Data notes

Last updated: 06/02/2020
Rating of data accuracy (find out more): Authenticated
Data sources consulted: Organisation´s website, Think tank list
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