Impact of climate change on terrestrial ecosystems and climate change feedbacks of terrestrial ecosystems through exchange of greenhouse gases (CO2, CH4 and N2O). University of Antwerp
Climate Impiety: Beyond Post-Apocalyptic Climate Change Fiction Ghent University
Most climate change literature takes the form of post-apocalyptic, dystopian novels. This form, however, simplifies and compresses the phenomenon to make it dramatic and containable on a human scale. Focusing on climate literature that deviates from the norm, this project will explore alternative narrative strategies that might be more apt to represent the vast dimensions and complexity of climate change.
Climate & Biodiversity Initiative: Climate change Adaptation & Mitigation with BIOdiverse forest plantations (CAMBIO) Ghent University
This project studies how afforestation may form a major nature-based solution for climate change mitigation and adaptation. Building on a global network of forest biodiversity experiments (TreeDivNet), it will determine which tree species associations sequester more carbon, while coping with climate variability such as droughts.
Longyearbyen, Svalbard: Identity in Change / Mapping the Impact of Anthropogenic Climate Change on the Actor-Network of the Arctic Archipelago of Svalbard KU Leuven
Abstract Identity in Change focuses on the impacts of climate change in the Arctic, and the range of reactions to it in the diverse population of Longyearbyen, Svalbard. The project will map a time-specific snapshot of the physical and social actor-network that constitutes the complex community of Longyearbyen situated 1298 kms north of the Arctic Circle on the archipelago of Svalbard. Identity in Change will explore issues of perception and ...
Effects of climate change and land use change on the near surface wind characteristics in Belgium, using two downscaling approaches. KU Leuven
Climate change and changes in Spatial structures in Flanders (CcASPAR). University of Antwerp
Climate change is one of the biggest threats for our earth. Mitigation of climate change is thus an urgent challenge our society needs to take up. Many benefits are provided by forests, and one is their potential to mitigate climate change. This mitigating effect can be achieved in many ways, for example increasing the stock of carbon in managed forests or replacing more emission-intensive goods with wood-based products. To maximize the ...