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    An advanced preparation in Oceanography and Marine Technologies. A specific high level training focused on the science of ocean forecasting and the services that derive from it. The deadline for the Master registration is April 18, 2017 […]

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    A special recognition for Prof. Donatella Spano, researcher at CMCC Foundation, for the paper “Correcting Midseason Crop Coefficients for Climate” published on Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering. On May 23, 2017, in Sacramento, California, the award ceremony […]

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    The recognition given to the best paper presented by a young economist at the Annual Conference of the Italian Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (IAERE) to Shouro Dasgupta, CMCC researcher at ECIP Division, ex-equo with Claudia Ghisetti (JRC – EC). Focus of the paper, the highly relevant impact of climatic variables on malaria mortality rates […]

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    In some cases deforestation may increase human exposure to reservoirs for Ebolavirus. The analyses of a study published on “Scientific Reports”, a Nature Research journal, realized by an international research team. Among them, Monia Santini from the CMCC Foundation […]

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    Crop productivity and future climate impacts. A comparison between models and observations in the first CMCC seminar, the video of the presentation of Malcolm Mistry, ECIP Division […]

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    Research, seminars and activities to deepen our understanding of a topic of particular relevance in global climate change governance and at the center of the post-2015 development agenda, complementary to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and a resilient world as defined in the Paris Agreement. The launch of the topic with the first webinar on February 8, 2017 […]

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    How to combine economic growth and sustainability? The answers of a study published on Nature Climate Change, with the CMCC contribution by Giacomo Marangoni, Massimo Tavoni and Valentina Bosetti […]

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    Snapshot of present and future impacts of climate change. The new report by EEA, realized also with the contribution of the CMCC research on extreme events, energy, and tourism […]

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    The cutting-edge Italian research on carbon cycle and greenhouse gas budget and its protagonists. ICOS-RI, the pan-european integrated carbon observation system research infrastructure and its Ecosystem Thematic Centre coordinated by the CMCC Foundation. Presented at the Radio24 programme “L’altro pianeta” […]

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    It is one of the most important greenhouse gases with even a global warming potential larger than CO2. An international study provides information and data on its increasing concentrations in the atmosphere. Among the authors, CMCC researcher Monia Santini […]

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    The past climate and the evolution of the Antarctic ice sheet to assess the current rate of ice melting: CMCC researcher Florence Colleoni participates to the 32nd Italian Antarctic Campaign on board of the research vessel OGS Explora […]

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    A research that opens the way for the development of a new, more accurate operational short-term ocean forecast system. From a study by the CMCC Foundation, new techniques to improve our understanding of the sea […]

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    The key role of the private sector and the insurance sector in funding climate adaptation and mitigation measures and in providing insurance for climate impacts in developing countries. A video lecture by Christian Grossmann, Director of Climate Change, World Bank Group […]

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    Keeping political momentum high was one the main goal of the Marrakech Climate Change Conference, as stressed by its slogan the “COP of action”. Many concrete issues had been left unanswered by the Paris Agreement. With its rapid entry into force, COP22 was asked to start considering how to shift from what was decided in Paris to how the agreement’s ambitious objectives will actually be fulfilled. A new post by Carlo Carraro […]

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    All submitted pieces must be focused on the theme of “working with climate information and data to improve the World”. Paintings, drawings, installations, music, dance, and theatre pieces to creatively engage audiences in positive action on climate change to support transition to a climate-aware society. The initiative will take place within the Climateurope Festival, in Valencia from 5th – 7th April 2017. Deadline for online submission postponed to 27th February, 2017 […]