Five Years on from the Paris Agreement, How Can Countries Give A Boost To...

By: Mark Leon Goldberg on December 10, 2020 December 12, 2020 is the five year anniversary of the Paris Climate Agreement. On that day a...

The meaty link between a city’s football matches and its foul air (Nature)

Chilean fans’ fervour for grilling leads to pollution spikes when the national team plays. The skies of Santiago grow murky during the national football team’s...

CR2 researcher is elected to integrate the new IPCC bureau

Dr. Laura Gallardo, researcher at the Center for Climate and Resilience Researcher CR2, was elected as vice-chair of the Working Group II for the...

Atmospheric Tales: Building climate resilience in South American cities (Spotify)

In this episode we discuss inequalities and segregation as drivers of climate risks and vulnerability. Participative decision-making — listening to citizens during the planning...

Researchers from CR2 awarded Fondecyt Initiation projects for 2024

The research projects led by Camila Álvarez-Garretón, Estela Blanco, Cecilia Ibarra, Javier Lopatin, and Alejandro Miranda have been granted funding by the Subdirectorate of...

The 4 biggest lessons from the latest IPCC climate report (Popular Science)

The new IPCC report underscores the need for swift climate action. By Ula Chrobak The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change doesn’t hedge in its latest assessment...

Analysis | We must pay attention to the voice of experience: What does the...

By Fabrice Lambert, associate researcher at the Center for Climate and Resilience Research (CR)2. Academic at the Institute of Geography of the Pontificia Universidad...

Analysis | Regulation of volatile organic compounds: a systemic look

By Rodrigo Seguel, full-time researcher at Center for Climate and Resilience Research (CR)2. Thousands of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) coexist in the atmosphere due to...

Analysis | Ventilation of closed spaces: a measure against COVID-19

By Macarena Valdés, postdoctoral researcher at (CR)2 and assistant professor of the Epidemiology Program of the School of Public Health of Universidad de Chile,...

Policy brief | Environmental injustice and sacrifice zones: The Puchuncaví case

The socio-environmental history of Puchuncaví, a renowned sacrifice zone located in the Valparaíso Region, Chile, has been reconstructed for the last 136 years. ...

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