INNOPATHS: Building a shared vision for the EU energy transition

What are the major challenges that emission intensive sectors face in order to transition towards decarbonization? Six workshops, focused on six sectors of particular importance to the low-carbon transition – power, buildings, transport, agriculture, industry and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) – to foster the exchange and discussion of views […]

Second Level Master in Marine Sciences: Ocean Physics and Technology

An advanced preparation in Oceanography and Marine Technologies. A specific high level training focused on the numerical methods of simulating the ocean environment, ocean monitoring and forecasting. Pre-registration is open, full registration at UNIBO will be open in September 2016 […]

Renewable energy: new record reached in 2015

Global investments risen to 286 billion US dollars and installations for 147GW of of renewable power capacity added: all the results of Renewables 2016 Global Status Report released by REN21 […]

UNEP report: world record in renewable energy investments

For the first time developing world investments in renewables topped developed nations in 2015, with increasing investments especially in China and India. Conversely, EU investment in Europe was down 21 per cent, the continent’s lowest figure for nine years. Major milestones reached and new world record set in the 10th edition of the UN Environment Programme’s annual publication […]

Second Level Master in Marine Sciences: Ocean Physics and Technology

An advanced preparation in Oceanography and Marine Technologies. A specific high level training focused on the numerical methods of simulating the ocean environment, ocean monitoring and forecasting. The deadline for the Master registration has been postponed to February 20, 2016 […]

The CLIM-RUN project: the video

The CLIM-RUN project presents itself in a video: aims, methods and results told by climate researchers and experts […]

Are EU emissions cuts and energy targets too soft?

The European energy and climate strategy may be not able to reduce emissions by 80% by 2050. From a recent paper a discussion published on Nature […]

“Climate Change and Urban Resilience. How to prepare our cities to respond to climate changes related challenges”

The Best Climate Practices call for proposals 2013, focused on urban resilience. Deadline: June 21st, 2013 […]

Shooting the Climate Change. Online the Think Forward Film Festival website

Information and news about movies, documentaries, the contest and the side events in the framework of the festival’s second edition (Venice, 30 Nov / 1 Dec 2012)
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Your movie on climate change at the Think Forward Film Festival

Take your chance and submit your entry for our film festival by October 1st 2012.
Eligible works last 15mins and there are no restrictions as for genre, nationality, and format. All the details about the Think Forward Film Festival
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Unconventional gas: towards a golden age?

“Golden Rules for a Golden Age of Gas”: a special report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) shows how gas could become the world’s second most important energy source. Latest from Climate Policy News […]

Mexico on the frontline of the fight against climate change

Mexico is going to become the second country in the world to pass a far – reaching Climate Change Act to drastically cut carbon dioxide emissions. […]

Towards the 7th Environmental Action Programme

The EU Parliament compelled to approve an ambitious environmental agenda, while Italy presented the new National emission reduction Plan for 2020. Latest from Climate Policy News […]

The costs of renewable energies in developing countries

What are the most effective instruments to cut greenhouse gases’ emissions and foster renewable energy in poor countries? A new study published in Nature Climate Science fosters the debate […]

The year of green investments

According to a short report just released by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, investments in clean energy hit new record in 2011. All the details in the second issue of Climate Policy News […]