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California Energy Commission Grant Brings Scientists Closer to Transformative Forecast Ability

January 26, 2021

The California Energy Commission (CEC) awarded $1.5 million to three University of California campuses to give California’s electricity utilities, other electricity sector stakeholders and state agencies the ability to better anticipate climate change phenomena.

Study Reveals Increasing Polarization in Climate Change Coverage Between Elite and Heartland News Sources

June 17, 2024

New research led by the University of California San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy reveals a crucial disparity in how climate change is reported across different types of news outlets and locations.

Number of Days Without Rain to Dramatically Increase in Some World Regions

March 13, 2014

By the end of the 21st century, some parts of the world can expect as many as 30 more days a year without precipitation, according to a new study by Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego researchers.

Deep-Sea Biodiversity Impacted by Climate Change’s Triple Threat

April 27, 2016

A new study found that vulnerability of deep-sea biodiversity to climate change’s triple threat – rising water temperatures, and decreased oxygen, and pH levels – is not uniform across the world’s oceans.

UC San Diego Scientists Advocate Combining Technical and Social Expertise to Combat Climate Change

October 27, 2016

Less than two weeks before global leaders meet in Marrakech, Morocco at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, scientists from the University of California San Diego offer their expert advice: bring scientists and policy makers together now to help ensure success in combating climate change in the future.

California Releases New Climate Science, Planning Tools to Prepare for Climate Change Impacts

August 27, 2018

…today released California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment, which details new information on the impacts of climate change and provides planning tools to support the state’s response. Among the assessment’s warnings are that two-thirds of Southern California’s beaches could completely disappear and the average area burned by wildfires could nearly double…

Correcting the Course on Climate Change Negotiations: the Road from Paris COP21

February 9, 2016

…Correcting the Course on Climate Change Negotiations: the Road from Paris COP21, featuring climate change policy expert David Victor and students Joaquin Vallejo and Shayla Ragimov, who attended COP21, and will provide their insights on the process and the outcome. The event is free and open to the public and…

Scripps Oceanography Supporters Give $5 Million to Create Climate Center

August 24, 2015

…that acknowledges our current climate reality, and the effective multidisciplinary approach to solutions that is a hallmark of UC San Diego. Richard and Carol Dean Hertzberg have committed $5 million to establish the Center for Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The new center will provide…

UCSD Researchers: Where International Climate Policy Has Failed, Grassroots Efforts Can Succeed

April 26, 2012

The world can significantly slow the pace of climate change with practical efforts to control so-called “short-lived climate pollutants” and by bringing successful Western technologies to the developing world, according to three UC San Diego scientists in the journal Foreign Affairs.

Scripps Receives NOAA Award to Study Clouds, One of the Largest Uncertainties in Climate Change

September 2, 2020

Scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego have received an award from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to study low cloud “hot-spots,” one of the largest uncertainties in climate change models and predictions.

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