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    Alessio Collalti, researcher at the CMCC Foundation – IAFES Division, is the new coordinator of the work group on forest modelling of the Italian Society of Forestry and Ecology SISEF. Among its research topics, the coordination and integration in a unitary perspective of the knowledge on forest ecosystems acquired in the last decades […]

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    Alessandra Nuzzo, Maria Mirto, Paola Nassisi, and Sandro Fiore, CMCC researcher at ASC Division, received a group award for developing the new ESGF dashboard. The CMCC group addressed key challenges such as communicating the most important information in a straightforward way and allowing different users to view specific details simultaneously […]

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    Anthropogenic drivers, such as greenhouse gases and aerosols, have a leading role on the origins of the fluctuation in sea surface temperatures in the North Atlantic basin. CMCC researcher Alessio Bellucci provides new perspectives and insights on the international scientific debate around this issue, summarized and explored by Nature journal […]

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    How climate change affects slope stability? The more interesting research and case studies for the evaluation of ongoing and future landslide activity to be presented at the session organized by the CMCC Foundation – REMHI Division at EGU 2018, on April 8-13, 2018, in Vienna, Austria. Deadline for abstract submission: 10 January 2018 […]

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    The presentation of the results of the international contest of communication and creativity. The winning works that highlight methods and opportunities for interaction with the environment and the effects induced by climate change. An event with the patronage of the CMCC Foundation. In Venice, on December 1st, 2017, during the celebration of the Antarctica Day […]

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    Some kind of proteins can be up to 30 times more expensive than others for the environment. Or can be 240 more pollutant in terms of greenhouse gas emissions in the atmosphere. The animal and plant-source proteins production, their impacts on ecosystems, health and emissions, possible scenarios for a different future. The results of the study recently published on Land Use Policy by A. Di Paola and Monia Santini highlighting why our food choices matter […]

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    Chestnut, the birch, the spruce could disappear on the most part of their historical European distribution. Beech, fir, larch, Scots pine, English and […]

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    How will our future cities look? In Bologna, an event to discuss about the future of our cities and their ability to adapt to the new climate scenarios expected to have an increasing influence on health, wealth and quality of life of their inhabitants. With the participation of the CMCC experts Paola Mercogliano and Sergio Castellari […]

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    The latest findings for ratcheting up the Nationally Determined Contributions toward the 1.5 & 2°C goals and green economy strategies for aligning economic with climate goals. An event organized in the framework of the CMCC CD-LINKS project’s activities. In Bonn, on November 15, 2017 […]

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    Don’t get discouraged when talking about climate change. 17 straightforward answers to complex questions will help you. […]

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    The methods for evaluating nationally determined contributions’ emission reduction efforts and assesses their economic costs. A focus on how to reduce compliance costs while highlighting the value of technology and social innovations. A COP23 event in Bonn with the participation of CMCC President Antonio Navarra and Prof. Carlo Carraro […]

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    Coastal erosion and sustainable development of the seaside in Lecce, art and science in dialogue to address sea level rise in Venice, green infrastructures to enhance urban resilience to climate change in Sassari, Copernicus data for developing green and blue urban networks in Bologna. The challenges and solutions awarded in the Climathon events organized or supported by the CMCC Foundation […]

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    Presented at Rimini Exhibition Ecomondo the winning projects of the Climathon marathons that took place in 18 Italian cities. Among them, the ideas awarded at the Climathon events of Lecce, Venice, Sassari and Bologna with CMCC involvement and participation […]

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    A synopsis summarising key findings of the forthcoming book identifying practical and evidence-based policy options to inform the Loss and Damage discourse and climate negotiations. CMCC researcher Elisa Calliari, co-author with Jaroslav Mysiak of a book chapter, will take part to the event. On November 9, 2017, in Bonn […]

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    What’s the air at the UN Climate Conference COP23 in Bonn? What are the challenges awaiting for the international cooperation to help the most vulnerable countries to climate change? CMCC researcher Elisa Calliari talked about these issues in an interview on Caterpillar – Radio2 Programme. Listen to the podcast […]