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    What are the main trajectories of plastics at sea? Where do plastics come from, and where do they accumulate? A research realized in the framework of AMAre project and lead by CMCC researcher Svitlana Liubartseva identified the transport and fate of plastic marine debris in the Mediterranean Sea with the aim to find solutions to this key issue […]

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    To foster the users’ engagement and co-generation of climate services, the CLARA Project, coordinated by CMCC, established a Multi-User Forum that comprises public bodies and authorities, irrigators’ associations, energy producers, civil protection, insurance companies, and other financial organisations. The call to join the forum is open until until May 21, 2018 […]

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    On the one hand, a precise and organized scientist who does not postpone anything. On the other hand, a curious personality with a thousand interests. Getting to know with Silvia Mocavero, computer scientist at ASC Division – Advanced Scientific Computing […]

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    Florence Colleoni sees through the daily irony that has followed her from an early age to the ice of Antarctica […]

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    Water management for agriculture is essential to tackle water stress exacerbated by climate change. A study assessed the vulnerability of irrigated agriculture in six irrigation districts in Sardinia, Sicily, Puglia and Basilicata. Among the authors, the CMCC researchers Serena Marras, Simone Mereu, Donatella Spano and Antonio Trabucco […]

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    To what extent can a worldwide carbon pricing foster the transition towards a low-carbon economy and help mitigate the effects of global warming? Economist Gael Giraud discussed the macroeconomic impact of carbon pricing and public subsidies while evaluating the extent to which these policies are sustainable. Watch the video of the CMCC seminar […]

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    Interview with Marzio Mian, journalist and author of the book “Artico.La battaglia per il Grande Nord”, about the deep transformations occurring across the Arctic Circle due to climate change and the protagonists of the race that is shaping the future of region […]

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    According to the new report Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2018, with a record 98 gigawatts of new capacity and 160.8 billion in investments, solar shone brighter than any other technology in 2017 […]

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    Join us at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2018 (EGU 2018), to be held on April 8-13, 2018, in Vienna, Austria. Look at the CMCC scientific sessions and explore all the oral presentations, PICOs and posters presented by CMCC researchers. […]

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    Over the past 60 years increasing water demand, population growth, urban expansion, and intensive agricultural practices in many areas have exacerbated the impact […]

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    CMCC is now part of a network of leading institutions established by the Global Green Growth Institute, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the United Nations Environment Programme and the World Bank […]

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    Find out more about the European long term strategy to support sustainable growth in the marine and maritime sectors as a whole to foster tourism, navigation and maritime transport, off-shore activities, marine environment and coastal spatial planning and protection. Giovanni Coppini, CMCC OPA Division Director, presents several examples of Blue Growth related services developed in the framework of the CMCC Ocean Lab activities […]

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    After almost three years of legislative debate and tense negotiations, the reform of the European Emission Trading Scheme has become law. The new system promises to both sustain carbon prices at a level high enough to spur low-carbon investments, and protect the competitiveness of European energy and industry sector […]

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    Intensification of agriculture and forestry, climate change, resource extraction, invasive alien species, and pollution: new findings reported by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services detail what is driving biodiversity loss and the reduction of nature’s contributions to people in Europe […]

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    The extent of damages caused by floods also depends on how people prepare to face the risk but current methods do not take into account individual perception and human behavior. An international team of scientists including Director of CMCC RAAS Division Jaroslav Mysiak addresses the issue in a Perspective article published in Nature Climate Change […]