The Global Change Research Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences (GCRI) - or CzechGlobe - is a public research institution, European center of excellence investigating the ongoing global change and its impact on the atmosphere, biosphere and human society through the use of the latest techniques and instrumentation.
The research focuses primarily on the development of climate and its future scenarios, on the carbon cycle and the effects of changing conditions on the production and biodiversity of ecosystems and on the impacts on the future development and behavior of our society.
The integral part of CzechGlobe are activities aiming at the development of innovation technological processes, proposals of measures for adaptation and educational activities.
The best part of the modern scientific research infrastructure was built with EU funds within the framework of the Operational Programme Research and Development for Innovation "CzechGlobe - Centre for the Study of Global Climate Change Impacts."
GCRI is the successor institution of the Global Change Research Centre of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and it continues the 25-year long tradition of basic research on the issues of the global change, carbon cycle and ecophysiology of production processes in plants.
DTU is active in the following ECRA Collaborative Programmes:
- Arctic Climate Stability and Change
- High impact events and climate change
- Changes in the hydrological cycle
- Sea level change and coastal impacts
Bělidla 4a, 603 00 Brno, the Czech Republic