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CCES Annual Reporting to the ETH Board now available
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Research
A solution for the long-term fate of environmental data
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Outreach
The climate audio-trail «Gletscherblüte und Zeitreise» in Göschenen, Uri
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Scientific Events
Conclusions CCES mid-term review of February 26/27, 2014
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The Registration for the CCES Winter School 2015 is now open!

More information about the CCES Winter School

As an activity with partners from the public administration and ETH Seed Sustainability of ETH Zurich, a CALL FOR MASTER THESES for the following projects is NOW OPEN :

Gewässerschutz und Landwirtschaft – Eine «Gülleampel» für den Kanton Appenzell Innerrhoden

Animation The overall strategic goals of the Competence Center Environment and Sustainability of the ETH Domain (CCES) are to foster major advancements in research; to establish the CCES partners as international and national focal points for environment and sustainability; to achieve a long-term structuring effect lasting beyond the completion of CCES; to establish a strong wide-ranging education and outreach program; to achieve a visible societal impact with a focus on socio-economic implementation.


The CCES implementation is based on

A. Research areas and research platform Swiss Experiment

CLENCH - Climate & Environmental Change

FEH - Food, Environment & Health

HazRi - Natural Hazards & Risks

NatuRe - NaturalResources

SuLu - Sustainable Land Use

Research Platforms - Swiss Experiment


B. Education and Dialog

CCES@School

CCES Winter School

Creating Knowledge

Public Administration Dialog

Public Events



CCES is largely based on the long-range re-orientation and focusing of the critical mass and excellence in science and engineering already existing at the partner institutions. Activities follow a three-part scheme, with contributions from the ETH Board, dedicated resources by participating institutions, and third-party funding.

 
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