Job: Scientific researcher (m/f/d) modeling and assessing terrestrial Carbon Dioxide Removal approaches (LMU)

Deadline: 12. October 2021

„Projects in the BMBF program on terrestrial, geological and material-based CDR and a parallel program on marine CDR methods aim to provide a systematic and comprehensive science basis of potentials, implementability, risks and side-effects in the Earth system of various CDR methods and pathways, and will investigate feedbacks with other Sustainable Development Goals. The CDR program aims to enhance the research capacities in Germany for CDR, strengthen the links between research and other stakeholders, and provide an adequate science basis for political decision-making in research- and climate-policy. The Scientific Researcher will conduct innovative research in the field of land-based carbon dioxide removal such as afforestation, forestry and bioenergy. The Scientific Researcher will perform state-of-the-art assessments of these and basic ocean-based methods‘ potentials to take up CO2 and side-effects on climate and ecosystem functioning.“