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Welcome!

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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    • 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
    • OWWA/WEAO Joint Seminar, October 22, 2014 - Climate Change Adaptation +

      The Ontario Water Works Association climate change committee is again sponsoring a fall seminar focused on climate change adaptation. This Read More
    • Interview with Steve Paikin @ The Agenda, TVO +

      "While predictions were that the winter of 2014/15 would see a "super El Nino" wreaking havoc across the globe, the Read More
    • Philomathia Water Futures Reception + Distinguished Lectures +

      The United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health and McMaster University will be hosting an Award Ceremony and Read More
    • Climate Change & the Implications for Canada and Our Community +

      Join us in Burlington on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 for a Panel Discussion with Leading Climate Experts & Halton Region Read More
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    ORCC

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    Ontario Regional Climate Change Consortium - ORCCC

    The McMaster Centre for Climate Change collaborated in the founding of the ORCCC.  The ORCCC is consortium of 12 universities, all levels of governments, conservation authorities, NGOs and the private sector.  Visit http://www.climateontario.org/ for more information.

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LEARN-CC


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.

Visit the map

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

Outreach


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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