Welcome to the Centre for Climate and Safety
Research programme on societal resilience
MSB, the Swedish civil contingencies agency, has granted 20 million SEK to a five-year research programme on societal resilience in Sweden.
For CCS this means that 7 MSEK will be used to recruit a PhD student and finaning of three senior researchers. Click to read more...
We create knowledge for management of climate related risks!
We search for answers to questions about risks connected to extrem weather such as intense precipitation, floods and windstorms.
We work in a wide manner with knowledge on natural disasters, societal planning and learning and we are good at linking our research with municipal and regional practice.
Apply for PhD student positions at CCS
Within the bounds of our research collaboration CNDS we have the great pleasure of inform you about two new PhD student positions with admission to Risk- and Environmental Studies at Karlstad University. Application are open until 15 October. Original application deadline changed due to a limited number of applicants. We hereby invite you to apply!
Congratulations Tonje Grahn!
On Friday 2 June Tonje Grahn successfully defended her PhD thesis titled Risk assessment of natural hazards – Data availability and applicability for loss quantification, at Karlstad university.
CCS' director Mikael Granberg is co-autor of a new guide from the united nations disaster risk reduction organ, UNISDR.
In a new five-year research program CCS will study how society can handle the impacts of a changing climate and remain resilient. Resilient here meaning an ability to retain steering and control and society's vital functions.
Centre for Natural Disaster Science, CNDS
Centre for Natural Disaster Science, CNDS, is a Swedish centre for research on natural disasters. In CNDS researchers from different scientific disciplines work together in transdisciplinary projects under a overarching goal that is to provide society with knowledge and a better understanding of natural disasters and to reduce consequences of natural disasters in Sweden and abroad.