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Research suggests signs of an ocean circulation collapse

December 2nd, 2023

A research  study published in the journal Nature Communications, suggests that the Gulf Stream system, known as the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), could collapse as soon as 2025. AMOC plays a crucial role in carrying warm ocean water northwards, driving the Atlantic’s currents. However, increasing freshwater influx from melting ice caps, especially from Greenland, READ MORE >

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35 Years Of Climate Change Predictions

November 1st, 2023

35 years since the first climate change predictions – were they alarmist? Since the 19th century, researchers have been warning about the global repercussions of human actions. James Hansen’s research group at  was the first to confirm that the increase in greenhouse gas emissions was altering the planet’s climate. In their scientific article, published in READ MORE >

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Climate games and simulations for education

September 29th, 2023

EUROGEO as a partner in the GIS-T project has identified different interesting visualisations that help present climate change issues and a created a gallery of innovative games and simulations related to climate change and teaching the future. Recent research by Imperial College, London has shown that young people aged 16-24 are most likely to be READ MORE >

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Introducing the GIS-T project

September 6th, 2023

The education system and the role of youth are important for the fight against global climate change to be permanent and sustainable. The GIS-T project aims and concrete results are aimed at activating education and training processes at the point of combating climate change. The importance of global cooperation in the fight against climate change READ MORE >