- RP0286 – Learning from Nationally Determined Contributions
- RP0285 – CMCC-SPS3: The CMCC Seasonal Prediction System 3
- RP0284 – Climate-induced international migration and conflicts
- RP0283 – A Ricardian Analysis of the Impact of Climate Change on Italian Agriculture
- RP0282 – The cost of climate stabilization in Southeast Asia, a joint assessment with dynamic optimization and CGE models
- DESARC-MARESANUS project launched: cutting-edge technologies for negative emissions
- Forests: solutions and perspectives to fight climate change
- The Candy Desk
- Climate Change Insights: PhDs, Masters, and all the education programs by the CMCC Foundation
- Clean, sustainable, safe, and effective. The future of maritime transport in the Adriatic Sea
A six-fold acceleration of renewable energy adoption is needed to meet the energy-related emission reduction goals of the Paris Agreement. An increased commitment to renewable energy and energy efficiency will provide the additional benefits of economic growth and human welfare improvements. This transformation can be achieved through more direct use of renewables and increased electrification of transport and heat, with solar and wind capacity at the lead, however policy action is needed to meet the challenge
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.
Would phasing out fossil fuel subsidies help the growth of renewable energy sources? Would it drastically reduce CO2 emissions in the atmosphere? The answer of a brand new study published in the journal Nature examines fully the issues at stake. CMCC researchers Massimo Tavoni and Johannes Emmerling are among the authors of this research.
The Innovation for Cool Earth Forum elected the most notable among recent innovative developments in energy and climate change mitigation area that had been presented within the past 2 years. Selection criteria include GHG emissions reduction potential, innovativeness, and overall feasibility. Here a presentation of the winning projects
What are the major challenges that emission intensive sectors face in order to transition towards decarbonization? Six workshops, focused on six sectors of particular importance to the low-carbon transition – power, buildings, transport, agriculture, industry and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) – to foster the exchange and discussion of views
For the first time developing world investments in renewables topped developed nations in 2015, with increasing investments especially in China and India. Conversely, EU investment in Europe was down 21 per cent, the continent’s lowest figure for nine years. Major milestones reached and new world record set in the 10th edition of the UN Environment Programme’s annual publication