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IAP participates in new Leibniz-Lab "Systemic Sustainability"

With its expertise in the field of atmospheric physics, IAP participates in the new format "Leibniz-Lab" with which the Leibniz Association promotes its inter- and transdisciplinary excellence. A total of 41 research institutions and 11 research clusters from the association form a central knowledge and advisory hub on issues regarding biodiversity, climate, agriculture and nutrition within the Leibniz-Lab "Systemic Sustainability". The focus is on the multifaceted question, how we can preserve biodiversity and climate and achieve a robust agriculture to ensure food supply at the same time.

The Leibniz-Institute of Atmospheric Physics is one of the German main centers for Middle Atmosphere research and maintains active cooperations with several international research organizations. The institute is located near the Baltic Sea resort Kühlungsborn, owns a separate site on the island Rügen, and is a major partner of the ALOMAR observatory in northern Norway. As associated institute of the Rostock University it is part of the teaching programme in physics. A total of about 90 persons is employed at IAP. The institute realizes an equal-opportunity and family-friendly human resource policy and is certified with the audit "berufundfamilie"  ('career and family').

Contact: Director Prof. Claudia Stolle cstolle@_we_dont_like_spam_iap-kborn.de