- RP0284 – Climate-induced international migration and conflicts
- RP0283 – A Ricardian Analysis of the Impact of Climate Change on Italian Agriculture
- RP0282 – The cost of climate stabilization in Southeast Asia, a joint assessment with dynamic optimization and CGE models
- RP0281 – Driving NEMO towards Exascale Step 3: Performance Analysis of a Parallel-in-Time PDE Solver – based on MGRIT Algorithm.
- RP0280 – Diurnal internal Tides along the Italian Coast of the Southern Adriatic Sea
- Counteracting Xylella threat with a multidisciplinary research approach
- Boosting innovation through the added value of climate services: the CLARA project launched
- Public Consultation on National Adaptation Plan to Climate Change launched
- Natural hazards: towards an integrated approach
- Post-Doctoral associate positions at New York University – Abu Dabi
More than 150 governments, with US and China pushing to bring Paris climate deal into force as soon as possible, have confirmed that they will attend the signing ceremony on April 22 in New York. The Paris climate agreement needs to be approved by 55 countries accounting for at least 55% of global greenhouse gas emissions to enter into force. Last updates on events planned and the list of Parties signing the agreement
The high-level ceremony convened by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in New York on April 22 is approaching and increasing number of countries have already promised to sign the global climate deal adopted at COP21: US and China, and then India, Australia, Brazil, South Africa. Over 130 countries attending the signing ceremony including some 60 world leaders, UN says.
“Regional and local governments are ready to assume ambitious climate targets”. Francesco Pigliaru, President of the Sardinia Region and Chair of the ENVE Commission (Commission for the Environment, Climate Change and Energy) highlights the role of local communities to combine adaptation and mitigation, and to reduce the vulnerability. Watch the video
December 12, 2015 has taken its place in the history of the fight against climate change as the date on which 195 countries succeeded in finding a common agreement for reducing anthropogenic emissions and handling the impacts of rising global temperature. Is it really a success? Carlo Carraro comments the outcomes of the COP21 in an article from his blog