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The era of climate opportunity

A dialogue with Michael E. Mann, one of the world’s most influential climate scientists and author of the book The New

Energy transition, inequalities, climate economics and policy: our virtual events at EAERE 2021

A summary of our contribution to the programme of the 26th Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and

The pivotal role of cities for a sustainable future

European cities have the potential to lead the way towards a green, sustainable future, according to two assessments on urban

After the pandemic: economy, poverty and climate in the post-COVID-19 era

The economic activity might not recover quickly and poverty increase in the next 4 years, decarbonisation might be only temporary.

New European Partnership Commits the Waterborne Transport Sector to Zero Emissions by 2050

The Waterborne Technology Platform welcomes the Partnership as an opportunity to transform waterborne transport for the benefit of future generations.

Negative Emission Technologies: opportunities for Italy, Albania and Montenegro

The LONETA “Local opportunities for negative emission technologies and their application” project, coordinated by the CMCC Foundation, will be officially

A quarter of global harvests at risk if agriculture does not adapt to climate change

If the agricultural sector fails to adapt better to climate change, food production is set to fall – 10% by

New Horizon 2020 project advances our understanding of polar processes in the global climate system

The CRiceS project, or Climate relevant interactions and feedbacks: the key role of sea ice and snow in the polar

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Climate: risks and future strategies in Italy

All you need to know: the full report, executive summary, infographics, and much more. CLICK HERE  It could be worth

Methane: emissions increase and it’s not a good news

It is the second greenhouse gas with even a global warming potential larger than CO2. An international study realized in

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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Predicting the Ocean for a Sustainable Future: UN endorses CoastPredict

On World Oceans Day 2021, the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development announces its endorsement to CoastPredict, the

World Ocean Day: the sea, the climate, the stories, the CMCC research

Stories of humans and climate change with Pulitzer Prize winner Kenneth R. Weiss and the renowned journalist Veronica Fernandes in

Mysea: CMCC research for marine turtle protection

A project with the Torre Guaceto Marine Protected Area to create a “Puglia Marine Observatory” for the protection of Caretta

Publications

On the interaction of mesoscale eddies and a tropical cyclone in the Bay of Bengal

Prakash R., Nigam T. , Pant V., Chandra N
2021, Natural Hazards,, 106(3), 1981-2001(2021), web page

Ocean.


Population cluster data to assess the urban-rural split and electrification in Sub-Saharan Africa

Khavari, B., Korkovelos, A., Sahlberg, A., Howells M., Fuso Nerini F.
2021, Nature Sci Data, 8, 117 (2021), DOI: DOI: 10.1038/s41597-021-00897-9, web page

Energy.


Energy efficiency and the role of energy-related financial literacy: evidence from the European residential sector

Boogen N., Cattaneo C., Filippini M., Obrist A.
2021, Energy Efficiency, '14(4), 2021, DOI: DOI: 10.1007/s12053-021-09945-0, web page

Energy.

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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