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Our mission

Based on a variety of modelling efforts and the knowledge of key actors, we will explore possible adaptation measures and derive recommendations on governance in order to reduce the risk of tipping point impacts on the regional economy and increase the resilience of Peru's coastal communities.

Work and study with us

The interdisciplinary orientation of the project offers students and doctoral students from various disciplines the opportunity to write their thesis in one of the relevant fields. The DAAD's PROMOS programme offers support for research stays as part of the Bachelor's or Master's thesis.

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Find further publications about our research!

New Report! Socioeconomic Impacts of Red Tides & Adaptation Strategies in Peru

New Report! Socioeconomic Impacts of Red Tides & Adaptation Strategies in Peru

Workshops Addressing Harmful Algal Blooms in Peru's Coastal Communities
New Paper! Our Blue Planet: Connecting Humans and the Ocean

New Paper! Our Blue Planet: Connecting Humans and the Ocean

Social-ecological network analysis: a complex topic transformed into an engaging and enjoyable adventure accessible to young readers (age 8-15).
Join our team: research assistant position in marine biogeochemical and climate change modeling

Join our team: research assistant position in marine biogeochemical and climate change modeling

Looking into the future of the Humboldt Current off the coast of Peru

Looking into the future of the Humboldt Current off the coast of Peru

Together with their project partners in Lima, researchers in Kiel are developing narratives for the adaptation of coastal fisheries on the Humboldt Current off Peru
Adapt or perish

Adapt or perish

Climate change alters coastal fisheries and society in Peru
Germany and Peru Unite for the Humboldt Tipping Project:

Germany and Peru Unite for the Humboldt Tipping Project:

A Comprehensive Review of the Last Four Years and an Outlook for the Upcoming Second Phase