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Typhoons Likely to Intensify by as Much as 14 Percent Under a Moderate Climate Change Scenario

May 29, 2015

Typhoon Haiyan, which devastated large portions of the Philippines in November 2013, was one of the strongest ocean storms ever recorded, killing at least 6,300 people. It set records for the strongest storm ever at landfall and for the highest sustained wind speed over one minute ever, hitting 315 kilometers…

‘Our Energy Future’ Lecture Series to Engage Community with UC San Diego Energy Research

October 2, 2013

…detrimentally affect our economy, food supplies, national security and climate.

New Report Calls for Cross-Sector Approach to Climate Action

October 24, 2023

A new report led by the University of California San Diego’s David G. Victor and fellow experts from the Commission on Accelerating Climate Action at the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, calls for a robust and coordinated, cross-sector effort to combat climate change.

UC San Diego to Send Delegation to COP21

November 24, 2015

University of California, San Diego scientists and students will be traveling to international climate negotiations in Paris next week to spur the momentum toward effective international climate action that UC San Diego scientists have been instrumental in creating

The Climate Games

May 16, 2024

Now funded with a new state grant, a team at UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute is developing “The Climate Games,” an educational video game set in locations already experiencing the impact of a changing climate.

Will Paris Succeed? Research Assesses if Governments Will Make Pledges a Reality

September 1, 2022

Much of the world’s efforts to mitigate the effects of climate change hinge on the success of the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement. A new Nature Climate Change study is the first to provide scientific evidence assessing how effective governments will be at implementing their commitments.

California’s Climate Future Suggests More Volatility and a Key Role for Atmospheric Rivers

September 12, 2017

Two recently published studies investigating past and future precipitation in California demonstrate that the state is experiencing an increasingly volatile precipitation regime, as rain-heavy winter storms known as “atmospheric rivers” become increasingly intense, and dry periods between storms grow longer.

New Campus Website Facilitates Powerful Climate Change Connections

April 21, 2022

…Campus Website Facilitates Powerful Climate Change Connections UC San Diego highlights its leading role in climate research and education as part of climate change website Humankind faces catastrophic changes in climate patterns, sea level, ocean acidity, public health, and worldwide ecosystems due to climate change. According to the most recent…

Human Causes Only Plausible Source of Warming in Southern Ocean

September 24, 2018

…records, along with a climate model, to attribute warming trends in the Southern Ocean to human-caused climate change including greenhouse gas emissions and depletion of the ozone layer. Sarah Gille, a physical oceanographer at Scripps and co-author of a new study, said the research validates how scientists have been interpreting…

Warming Is Shifting Napa’s Wine Growing Season

August 8, 2023

The start of wine grape growing season in California’s Napa Valley now comes nearly a month earlier than it used to because of the region’s warming climate, according to a new study from a team led by UC San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography researcher Dan Cayan.

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