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Understanding a World Undergoing Climate Change

Jülich, 26 October 2017 – The World Climate Change Conference (COP 23) – the largest international conference ever held in Germany – will take place in Bonn from 6 to 17 November. Only 56 kilometres away as the crow flies, Jülich atmosphere and agrosphere researchers are contributing to a better understanding of the multitude of interactions between human activities and the climate. Three current examples show how scientists from Forschungszentrum Jülich work while being closely involved in national and international research and measurement networks.

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