The velocity and magnitude of the local weather change we are dealing with these days is unparalleled. Heatwaves, droughts, floods… We are experience its outcomes on our each day life, 12 months following calendar year. Its impacts will enhance at least until eventually 2050 and each location of Europe will be afflicted.
Based mostly on the effects of the latest readily available research, and in individual, on the 6th IPCC report, this movie, produced by experts in the framework of the European job EUCP, aims to present to the normal general public the climate alterations predicted in Europe in 2050. The researchers clarify in an available way the variations in temperature and precipitation as effectively as the intense weather situations that European inhabitants will have to confront.
This movie provides the keys to have an understanding of how climate will reshape our landscapes and life around the coming a long time. … and to empower us to improved anticipate the need to have for human societies to adapt to this partly inevitable weather improve.
This film is out there in a number of languages:
For far more information and facts:
– The European Local climate Prediction System (EUCP)
– The CNRS news website
– IPCC-AR6, WGI
– IPCC Interactive Atlas
– “Producing climate projections conditional on historical observations”, Ribes et al. 2021
– “Evaluation of the European Local climate Projections as Simulated by the Massive EURO-CORDEX Regional and World wide Local climate Design Ensemble”, Coppola et al. 2021
– “Understanding local weather alter from a global assessment of town analogues”, Bastin et al. 2019
– “The to start with multi-design ensemble of regional local climate simulations at kilometer-scale resolution component 2: historic and long run simulations of precipitation”, Pichelli et al. 2021
Scientific Director: Samuel Somot (Météo France), Centre nationwide de recherches météorologiques (CNRM – Météo France / CNRS)
Creation: Emmanuel Somot, Yves Dorsi,
Screenplay: Marina Martinez
Audio: Tristan Lepagney
© CNRS, 2021
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