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Floods, Drought, Heat Waves: Climate Change Gives State Legislators Something to Plan For

December 13, 2011

Floods, Drought, Heat Waves: Climate Change Gives State Legislators Something to Plan For Scripps Institution of Oceanography hosts workshop on latest research on California’s extreme weather future The lineup of presentations at an extreme weather workshop taking place today at Scripps Institution of Oceanography sounds like an overview of biblical…

Cutting Aerosols Will Help Secure World’s Water Supply

February 22, 2016

…realities of the Paris Climate Change, they must also recognize that pollution has many distinct effects. For there is more to climate change than higher temperatures, say UC San Diego scientists David G. Victor and Veerabhadran Ramanathan in the newly published essay “The Next Front on Climate Change: How to…

Kick Off 2024 with Changemaker Week

January 9, 2024

As part of Changemaker Week 2024, UC San Diego invites the campus community to join in a transformative weeklong celebration from Jan. 13-20 dedicated to igniting change and fostering the spirit of activism.

New Research Forecasts U.S. Among Top Nations to Suffer Economic Damage from Climate Change

September 24, 2018

For the first time, researchers have developed a data set quantifying what the social cost of carbon—the measure of the economic harm from carbon dioxide emissions—will be for each of the globe’s nearly 200 countries, and the results are surprising.

Reflections on COP27 from a First-Time Delegate

November 22, 2022

…and damage in which those most responsible for the climate change that has taken place so far help those with less to do with it recover.

Call for Proposals Open for New UC San Diego Climate Action Initiative

September 12, 2023

Faculty and students interested in entrepreneurship addressing climate change now have access to grants of up to $50,000 from UC San Diego through a new funding program.

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…

When Will We End Global Warming?

November 21, 2019

…States from the Paris climate accord, more than 11,000 climate scientists signed a declaration calling climate change an "emergency" and urging for new ways to measure the effects of global warming. Supporting Stellar Faculty An outstanding faculty is the hallmark of any great university. Endowed faculty chairs are vital to…

Tim Barnett, Scripps Geophysicist Dies at 83

August 25, 2022

…San Diego who made climate models become reliable as predictive tools, died Aug. 12 at his home in San Diego, Calif. He was 83. Barnett was already established as a pioneer who incorporated mathematics and statistical methodology into seasonal forecasts when in 2008, a prophetic paper he co-authored garnered the…

Ring in the New Year with Changemaker Week

January 10, 2023

During UC San Diego’s fifth annual Changemaker Kickoff Week, campus community members can jump into opportunities to continue building the knowledge and skills needed to make the world a better place for all.

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