Climate Futures is a centre for research-based innovation developing climate prediction for handling climate risk

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Sustainable Food Production
Renewable Energy
Resilient Societies


Visiting researcher Jordan (Meimei) Weston aims to delve deeper into how Norway, renowned for its

This collaborative initiative within the Climate Futures SFI, involving Småkraft, the Norwegian Computing Center (Norsk

Agricultural production is largely influenced by weather and climate. Almost no other industry is as

A wind farm that is approved today may not become operational for another 10 years.

In his doctoral thesis at the University of Bergen, Edson Silva developed methods to estimate

The work at Climate Futures is divided into five innovation areas, also referred to as


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Climate Futures is financed through the Research Council of Norway’s Centre for Research Driven Innovation programme (grant number 309562)