Entries by CRESCENDO Project

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New dimensions: STEM & Youngers in the Climate Action, for the Future Generation

By Erviola, Edvi, Suela & Stela, from High school Zhani Ciko in Fier, Albania (members of the CRESCENDOschools Network). “Sometimes it may be difficult to communicate the urgency of climate change through science and the media, but we and our students can explore the power of art to mobilize the public and the great potential […]

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The CRESCENDO GA2018: 8-12 Oct, Toulouse, France – Highlights from the meeting and feedback survey results

8-12 Oct 2017, Toulouse, France This year the CRESCENDO General Assembly took place at Meteo France Conference Centre in Toulouse, France. This meeting was extended with sessions in which first results and future plans of the 3 so-called LandMIPs (C4MIP, LUMIP, LS3MIP) of CMIP6 were discussed. Special thanks go to Roland Seferian, Sarah Berthet and […]

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Uncertainty in global warming reduced, a new study published in the journal Nature by CRESCENDO scientists revealed

Uncertainty surrounding the extent of future climate change could be dramatically reduced by studying year-on-year global temperature fluctuations, new research has shown. For detailed explanations on this study, watch online the webinar below by Mark Williamson, co-author of the study. A team of scientists from the University of Exeter and the Centre of Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) […]

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The CRESCENDO GA2017: 26-28 Sept, Paris, France – Highlights from the meeting and feedback survey results

26-28 Sept 2017, Paris, France This year, CRESCENDO’s General Assembly (GA) was held by Project Partner CNRS-IPSL at the Ecole Normale Superiore in Paris, France. Special thanks go to Laurent Bopp (Fig. 1A) and Nada Caud and Yves Balkanski (Fig. 1B) for acting as local organisers and for all their help to run a successful […]

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CRESCENDO event at COP23: 15 November 2017, 10:00 – 11:15 European Union Pavilion, Bonn, Germany

Using advanced Earth system models to deliver reliable estimates of future global change Realizing the Paris Agreement: A rapidly closing window of opportunity Human activity, notably the emission of carbon dioxide (CO2), is changing the climate. Presently, only ~50% of emitted CO2 remains in the atmosphere causing the climate to warm. The remaining 50% is […]