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​The Heidelberg Center for the Environment (HCE) stands for environmental research and teaching and provides a wide range of events for scientists, students and the public.

Press Releases

Press release Sebastian Harnisch and Jale Tosun analyse the Paris Agreement (COP21) from a political science perspective (Ger)

Press release "Fünf Jahre HCE: Jubiläumsfeier mit Filmvorführungen" of 28 June 2016 (Ger)

Press release "Kolloquium „Heidelberger Brücke“ startet mit Vortrag zu Wasserressourcen-Management" of 25 April 2016 (Ger)

Press release "Bilanz der Weltklimakonferenz" of 14 January 2016 (Ger)

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The HCE in the media


Hochwasserschutz - Von der Gottesstrafe zum technischen Problem

Radio broadcast with HCE scientist Prof. Dr. Thomas Meier


Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Neue Uhr für altes Wasser: Quantenoptik im Dienste der Umweltwissenschaften, 10.12.2014 Externer Inhalt (Ger)


Campus-Report Radio

HCE scientists contribute regularly to the radio show „Campus Report“. The following list provides the links to the radio broadcasts (Ger):

13 April 2016 | Causes of flight
Often mere technology is not enough to help people in need. Especially if drought and famine are the causes of flight culture and religion play an important role. The Heidelberg Center for the Environment (HCE) therefore is on an interdisciplinary approach to developing comprehensive solutions. (2:12 / 3,1 MB)

11 March 2015 | Groundwater
Environmental physicist Werner Aeschbach-Hertig conducts groundwater research at the Heidelberg Center for the Environment (HCE). (2:18 min / 3,2 MB)

22 October 2014 | The secret of the Terracotta Army II
According to a government decision, the grave mound of China's first emperor should not be opened until future generations have techniques to carry out the excavations without destruction. (2:07 min / 2 MB)

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Operation Erdklima

Film über Climate Engineering und das Schwerpunktprogramm 1689 in der ZDF Mediathek


3D solar potential assessment

Geographers from Heidelberg University show the use of 3D GIScience methods to assess the solar potential for certain areas and surfaces.


Marsilius Project „The Global Governance of Climate Engineering“


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