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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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    • Low Carbon, Climate Resilient Cities Symposium +

      The MCCC in collaboration with its event-partners is excited to announce a day-long event that will explore the challenges cities are facing Read More
    • Historic Paris Agreement on Climate Change +

      A historic agreement to combat climate change and unleash actions and investment towards a low carbon, resilient and sustainable future Read More
    • SGES Academic Seminar Nov 25th at 3:30PM - Join us! +

      Calling on fans of soil heat flux and Blue Jays! ;) Read More
    • Ph.D Student Opportunity in Ecosystem Modelling +

      Ph.D  Student Opportunity in Ecosystem Modelling - McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The School of Geography and Earth Science, McMaster University, Read More
    • Fall 2015 Public Lecture +

      Please Join us for our free annual Fall 2015 Public Lecture. This year the topic is Climate and Water Risk. Read More
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    LEARN-CC Screenshot

    Local Education and Action Resource Network on Climate Change - LEARN-CC

    LEARN-CC is a tool that allows members of the Hamilton community to report actions they are taking to help limit climate change as well the local impacts of climate change that they have noticed.  



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.


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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 from the McMaster Weather Station