CMCC Newsletter 09/2017
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Climathon: the CMCC brings Lecce and Venice to a 24-hour climate change event

There's time to participate until October 15, 2017. Two cities, two challenges, one goal: to address climate change related risks while finding innovative and sustainable ideas and solutions […]

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“Climate action in support of the Paris Agreement” – SISC V ANNUAL CONFERENCE

“Climate action in support of the Paris Agreement”is the title of the SISC Fifth Annual Conference that will take place on October 26-27, 2017 at Conference Center […]

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Climate: new evidence on climate variability in the Atlantic Ocean

Human activities have an influence on sea surface temperatures in the Atlantic Ocean and as a consequence on a number of important climate phenomena. A study by CMCC Foundation recently published provides new perspectives on the international scientific debate summarized and presented by Nature journal. […]

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Stories from the Climateurope festival

What happened in Valencia? Get a summary of the first Climateurope festival in this great newsletter issue full of information on climate services, stories on fruitful collaboration between climate science and society, publications, videos and more […]

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Hurricane Irma: an ocean perspective

According to a forecast based on the CMCC global ocean forecast system, a partial but not fundamental role of the ocean cooling in reducing IRMA intensity before landfall, can be expected […]

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The Hurricane JOSE fingerprint on the OCEAN

Jose’s impact on the ocean analysing the CMCC global ocean forecasting system. According to it, a large hurricane-induced sea surface cooling greater than 5 Celsius degrees, can be expected […]

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Water management: from panaceas to actual solutions

Leading water researchers from Australia, the US and Europe to identify those factors enabling and preventing a successful efficiency-oriented water management. A workshop organized by the CMCC in Venice and broadcasted live via Go-to-Webinar […]

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The political economy of energy innovation

Did you know that countries with better governance are characterized by higher levels of energy-related Research and Development, or that left-wing governments are more likely to devote resources to the energy sector? And what're the impacts on energy innovation? A new study by CMCC Foundation explores the effects of environmental policy, institutions, political orientation, and lobbying on energy innovation […]

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Boosting innovation through the added value of climate services: the CLARA project launched

How to promote the European innovation potential and economic growth in the face of climate change? A new project aiming at developing a set of leading-edge climate services drawing on the Copernicus seasonal climate forecasts. A portfolio of climate services to improve policy and decision makings in five priority areas: disaster risk reduction, water resource management, agriculture and food security, renewable energy sources, and public health […]

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Adaptation to climate change: a discussion at the festival of Internazionale in Ferrara

Show, interviews, videos, books, and much more. The journalists and photographers from all over the world. CMCC researcher Enrica De Cian will participate in the Internazionale festival with two speeches on adaptation strategies to climate change. On September 29, 2017 […]

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