What do floods have to do with human security? What about energy, agriculture, fires, global finance, sociology and technological innovation? What’s the link between ecosystems and international diplomacy, our fears and geo-political scenarios?
Now there’s a place when you can find an answer to these questions: #clima2014.it
Video, animations, pictures, in-depth analysis: because climate is changing, non only for scientists
The full IPCC Fifth Assessment Report AR5 is now available. To explore and understand the most complete and up-to-date document ever realized on climate change, an Italian website has been launched: a collection of videos and other supporting materials to tell a complex and challenging issue such as climate change.
Climate change is a very important issue and deserves to be explained, told, showed. The #clima2014.it website was designed and developed with these aims while putting together all the different voices of the Italian authors of the IPCC report, providing supporting materials such as videos, pictures, graphs and highlighting the more relevant aspects about climate change.
#clima2014.it collects the contributions of Francesco Bosello, Valentina Bosetti, Carlo Carraro, Sergio Castellari, Alessandro Lanza, Emanuele Massetti, Antonio Navarra, Donatella Spano, Massimo Tavoni, Riccardo Valentini.
#clima2014.it comes from the collaboration of three research centers on climate science, policy and economics.
CMCC – Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici
FEEM – Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei
ICCG – International Center for Climate Governance
Follow on www.clima2014.it social #clima2014
Info and contacts:
Mauro Buonocore – CMCC – Press Officer