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 degree? […]

Summary for Policymakers of IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C approved by governments

Limiting global warming to 1.5°C would require rapid, far- reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society, the IPCC said in a new assessment. […]

IPCC celebrates its 30 anniversary in Paris

The IPCC’s 47th session opens with an event hosted by the government of France, marking 30 years since the IPCC was born […]

The New Research Agenda for Cities and Climate Change

What are the next steps for cities facing climate change? Stakeholders at the IPCC Cities and Climate Change Science Conference in Edmonton, Canada, outlined a new research agenda for cities and climate change highlighting inclusion and social transformation, evidence-based information, and funding and finance […]

The future and its opportunities: clean energy, job market, technologies and climate change

Getting rid of coal, learning to manage climate change risks in the best possible way, building a dialogue between science, business, decision-making, and society. The discussion panel organized by the CMCC Foundation in the context of “All4TheGreen – Mobilizing Climate Science” in Bologna to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the IPCC. With Youba Sokona, Carlo Carraro, Nadia Pinardi, Sandro Fuzzi, Andrea Segré, and Antonio Navarra. […]

Climate Change reshaping our future: the IPCC looking ahead

On February 26, 2018, a panel discussion with Youba Sokona, Vice Chair IPCC, Carlo Carraro, Chair European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE), Nadia Pinardi, Co-Chair JCOMM, Sandro Fuzzi, CNR-ISAC, Andrea Segré, President Edmund Mach Foundation, and Antonio Navarra, CMCC Foundation President, as moderator. An event organized by the CMCC Foundation under the All4TheGreen umbrella, the event series highlighting the work of the IPCC on its 30th anniversary […]

“Meet the IPCC”: Interview with Professor Carlo Carraro, Vice-Chair of IPCC Working Group III

Read the interview with Professor Carlo Carraro, Strategic Advisor at the CMCC Foundation, on the latest IPCC Working Group III blog post. His research, the role of economics in the IPCC, and the challenges of meeting the long-term goal of the Paris Agreement […]

Draft IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C

Sent out for comments from governments and other experts, the text is a work in progress which could change substantially and do not necessarily represent the IPCC’s final assessment of the state of knowledge. According to leaked IPCC drafts, we need unprecedented changes in energy use, industry and other sectors to limit global warming below 1.5°C […]

IPCC agrees outlines of new reports

The reports will help governments understand the impact climate change is having on human activities and nature on land and sea and how human activity in these areas is affecting climate change. Both to be finalized in September 2019 […]

IPCC agrees special reports, AR6 work-plan

Decided the strategy and timeline for next series of reports, the Sixth Assessment Report (AR6), and the special reports that will be prepared in the next few years. Special attention to the impacts of climate change on cities and their unique adaptation and mitigation challenges and opportunities […]

IPCC elects Hoesung Lee of Republic of Korea as Chair

Lee, aged 69, is professor in the economics of climate change, energy and sustainable development at Korea University’s Graduate School of Energy and Environment in the Republic of Korea. […]

The IPCC at a crossroads: opportunities for reform

Carlo Carraro co-authored an article in the journal Science on the future of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change […]

People on the move: migration in the face of climate change

Put aside any prophecy of doom and let’s talk about something that could be used as a resilience-enhancing strategy. Koko Warner, United Nations University, on migration in the face of climate change […]

Setting the new path for the IPCC

It plays an influential role in the in the climate change policy process. But its operations are becoming unfit for purpose. Reasons and improvements to overcome the obstacles. From Carlo Carraro’s Blog […]

Fertile ground for climate policy

After years of stagnation in action on climate, something is happening. Suggested by Carlo Carraro, four reports help us to better understand what happened in the 2014 and what is to come in 2015 […]