Terrestrial Environmental Programme

The goal of this programme is to preserve the natural foundations of human life and health. It addresses the effects of global  change and climate change on terrestrial environmental systems and formulates management strategies and options for sustainable social and economic development.

The research ranges from the micro to the global level, often emphasizing selected regions and landscapes. It is here that environmental problems become directly visible and management options can be identified.

Programme topics include land use, biodiversity and ecosystem services, plant growth, water resource management, risk assessment and risk reduction of chemicals in the environment, as well as observation platforms and integrated modelling.



Participating Helmholtz Centres:

Forschungszentrum Jülich
Helmholtz Zentrum München - German Research Centre for Environmental Health
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ

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Contact

    • Prof. Dr. Hauke Harms
    • Programme spokes person
      Terrestrical Systems
      Helmholtz-Center for Environmental Research - UFZ