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Floods in a changing climate! - Public Talk, Oct.23rd, 7pm @ Innovation Park!

Dr. Slobodan Simonovic, Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of Engineering Studies of the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction at the University of Western Ontario, will be speaking at McMaster Innovation Park on Wednesday, October 23rd at 7pm, as part of the McMaster Centre for Climate Change Public Speaker Series. The topic: Floods in a changing climate: Risk management. Join us!  

See us at Campus Sustainability Day - Thursday Oct. 17th, 2013 (MUSC Atrium)

We will be participating once again this year in the event organized by the Sustainability Office, the Campus Sustainability Day which celebrates advancements made towards developing a culture of sustainability at McMaster.  MCCC will have a booth set up at the Event, where you can come and learn more about our recent activities, including the launch of Learn-CC. See you there!

Learn-CC showcased during Forward with Integrity Event

Jon Farrow and Jayson Brodeur represented MCCC at McMaster's Forward with Integrity (FWI) Event on Thursday, October 10th, showcasing MCCC's FWI Project, Learn-CC. You can learn more about FWI Event here and more on our LEARN-CC initiative here: http://www.mapclimatechange.ca/.

Welcome to our new Interns! 2013-2014 High school Outreach Begins!

We are happy to welcome our 2013-2014 high school outreach interns that have started with MCCC this week:  Natasha Pardhan, Tianwen Zhou, and Arthur Szybalski.  All three are SGES undergraduate students, who were selected to help us coordinate and organize this year's high school outreach program. This year we plan to visit up to 8 local high schools to bring awareness about climate change related research and community initiatives to the youth in Hamilton. Welcome to our team!

IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report Arrives!

Last month (September 23-27, 2013), the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) met in Stockholm, Sweden, to finalize the first part of IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report (AR5). The latest report is a result of four years of work by a total of 831 authors and review editors, from different countries.  AR5 presents scientific evidence for climate change and its causes, assesses the influence of human activity on the climate system, and looks at projections of future climate change. The report builds on past IPCC reports, dating back to 1988, but is updated with scientific literature published since 2007 (the year of the last IPCC report, AR4).Please visit our Current Events page for our full story
For more information visit the IPCC website 

 

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