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Welcome to the McMaster Centre for Climate Change website. The MCCC is a multidisciplinary research centre with the established goal of bringing together researchers to study and model climate processes, the effects of climate change, and their possible mitigation.

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    • MCCC Spring Public Lecture:Thu. March 26th +

      Join us for our Spring Public Lecture, on Thursday March 26th at 7:00 pm at McMaster Innovation Park. In partnership Read More
    • March 22 = WORLD WATER DAY! +

          We are happy to announce that the 2015 World Water Day website is live: www.worldwaterday.org   The website takes Read More
    • Mapping the Global Dimensions of Policy 4 +

      The Department of Political Science at McMaster University, in conjunction with the Canada Research Chair in Public Policy and Globalization, Institute Read More
    • Travel and Research Grants +

      !!! NEW MCCC RESEARCH AND TRAVEL GRANTS ANNOUNCED !!! We are happy to announce the establishment of two grants at the McMaster Read More
    • AR5 Synthesis Report is Out +

      AR5 Synthesis report was published today. To read the report see: http://ipcc.ch/ "This Synthesis Report is based on the reports Read More
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LEARN-CC Screenshot       The Local Education and Action Resource Network on Climate Change is a new initiative by the Centre to map climate change actions and impacts in the region.  Users can submit images and descriptions with geographic information like a postal code and help put climate change on the map.

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Click the above link or image to access LEARN-CC website.


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The McMaster Centre for Climate Change seeks to engage the community and discuss climate change issues.  It organizes and hosts lectures, delivers highschool programming, and facilitates discussion.

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Campus Weather

Campus Weather from the McMaster Weather Station