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Sea ice melting and the warm currents of the Atlantic Ocean: the steps forward of science for increasingly detailed information

Arctic sea ice decreases; among the causes that have contributed to this recent loss, the poleward heat transport from the…

Forecast evapotranspiration: fundamental information for agricultural irrigation management

Insights and perspectives on the forecast of evapotranspiration product, why it is important for agriculture and urban landscapes, and how…

IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land just released

Land is a Critical Resource, IPCC report says. It is under pressure from humans and climate change, but it is…

Alps: new insights and strategies for adaptation

How to integrate climate change in local and regional planning, increasing local stakeholders’ awareness while guarantee a land and urban…

EOSC-Pillar: mixing national recipes to build the European Open Science Cloud

Officially kicked off on 5 July 2019, for the next 3 years, EOSC-Pillar will coordinate national Open Science efforts across…

Removing CO2 from the atmosphere can help achieve the Paris agreement but huge innovation is required

A new Nature Communications study has shown the potential of Direct Air Carbon Capture and Storage (DACCS), a new technology…

Water and agriculture policies design in a changing world

The complex relations between the human and the water systems and their relevance for policy making: Gabriele Standardi and his…

A red nose at CMCC

Interview by Laura Caciagli Clown therapy, yoga, shiatsu, music, cinema and literature: get to know better the amazing world of…

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World Oceans Day 2019: Gender and the Ocean

This year’s theme is an opportunity to explore the gender dimension of humankind’s relationship with the ocean. Watch the videos…

Infographic: Global Warming of 1.5°C

The implications of limiting the global warming at 1,5°C. Where we are now, and what difference does it make half…

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World Oceans Day 2019: Gender and the Ocean

This year’s theme is an opportunity to explore the gender dimension of humankind’s relationship with the ocean. Watch the videos…

Forests: solutions and perspectives to fight climate change

Challenges and perspectives for a long-term vision in managing forests under climate change and the Italian case, natural climate solutions…

Asset prices and climate policy

The RFF-CMCC – EIEE webinar held by Armon Rezai, Institute for Ecological Economics, Vienne University of Economics and Business. Watch…

Publications

An inter-model assessment of the role of direct air capture in deep mitigation pathways

Realmonte G., Drouet L., Gambhir A., Glynn J., Hawkes A., Köberle A.C., Tavoni M.
2019, Nature Communications, Vol. 10, Article number: 3277 (2019), DOI: 10.1038/s41467-019-10842-5, web page

Future Earth, Global Policy.


Amplification of future energy demand growth due to climate change

Van Ruijven B., De Cian E., Sue Wing I.
2019, Nature Communication, 10 (2762) 1-12, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-1, web page

Energy, Inequalities.


Using canonical correlation analysis to produce dynamically based and highly efficient statistical observation operators

Jansen E., Pimentel S., Tse W.-H., Denaxa D., Korres G., Mirouze I., Storto A.
2019, Ocean Science, Vol. 15, pp. 1023-1032, DOI: 10.5194/os-15-1023-2019, web page

Future Earth, Oceans.

Lectures & Conferences

10  September
The IPCC Special Report presented to the Italian community
Webinar, h. 10:00 - 11:30 am CEST
16  September
Hotel Ariston, Sala Saturno, via Laura 13 Paestum, Italy

Research Organization

CMCC aims at furthering knowledge in the field of climate variability, its causes and impacts and their interactions with the global climate, through the development of high-resolution simulations of the atmosphere and ocean, surface and underground hydrology, environmental and socio-economic impact models.

The scientific organization enhances the integration and collaboration among interdisciplinary skills needed to deal with climate sciences related topics.

The research network is distributed among nine research divisions that share different knowledge and skills in the field of climate sciences.

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