SDU Climate Cluster's mission is, through interdisciplinary research, to contribute to climate neutrality by 2050 at the latest. That is, a society where no more greenhouse gas is emitted than is absorbed.
Research has an important role in that societal transformation. It is through interdisciplinary research that we develop and test new methods, technologies and ways of thinking that we can use to equip society against climate change and push it in a more sustainable direction. Here, the SDU Climate Cluster works with themes such as behaviour, consumption, decision-making power, innovation, design, health and the balance of nature.
The ambition of the SDU Climate Cluster is to create optimal conditions for ground-breaking, excellent and interdisciplinary research, education and communication within the climate area. For this purpose, SDU has allocated DKK 96 million to five financial instruments to stimulate interdisciplinary climate research at SDU and in collaboration with society by 2030.