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USA
What do you do?
Reporter, Press Officer
Organisation
International Research Institute for Climate and Society
Fields of interest
science, health, water, climate change, poverty reduction
Email address
francesco@iri.columbia.edu
Website:
http://iri.columbia.edu
Languages
conversational Italian
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Hello everyone,
I'm the communications officer at the International Research Institute for Climate and Society, part of the Earth Institute at Columbia University (New York)

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Climate Information Crucial to Help Reduce Risk and Limit Disaster Damage

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Forecasts can play an invaluable role when used properly in helping humanitarian agencies and governments plan for and prevent disasters, according to the latest Climate and Society publication launched by the IRI and the American Red Cross last week in Washington D.C.

Climate and weather disasters, from the massive floods in Pakistan, Australia and Colombia, to the devastating…

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Posted on July 5, 2011 at 19:17

Climate change threatens a fragile ecosystem in the Andes

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Posted on June 15, 2011 at 21:07 — 3 Comments

Homecoming

Newly minted climate scientist Ousmane Ndiaye is bringing the forecasting expertise he developed at IRI and Columbia back to his native Senegal. We have a nice profile of Dr. Ndiaye over on the IRI web site. 



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Posted on March 30, 2011 at 21:54

Climate and Public Health Professionals Train Together

Since 2008, public-health professionals and climate scientists from around the world have come to Columbia University to take part in the Summer Institute on Climate Information for Public Health. Participants spend two weeks learning how to use climate information to make better decisions for health-care planning and disease prevention. The event is organized by the International Research Institute for Climate and Society in partnership with the Center for International Earth Science… Continue

Posted on March 4, 2011 at 22:30

La Niña Impacts Likely to Continue

I just posted a piece on the IRI home page about the latest La Niña. The map I show here tells us where we in the world can expect shifts in rainfall due to La Niña. We also produced a set of three video interviews of IRI scientists Lisa Goddard, Brad Lyon, Dave Dewitt and Paul Block, who share their knowledge of the La Niña - El Niño phenomenom, aka ENSO.

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Posted on January 24, 2011 at 6:12

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At 19:19 on November 28, 2007, Marshall Maher said…
Hi Francesco,

I will be in Bali as well. Would love to catch up at some point. Jeffrey Sachs has spoke at a few of our events and I'm a big fan of the Earth Institute. We have a few side events too if you're interested. Nice to meet you (electronically at least).
At 6:27 on November 1, 2007, D.B.Kattel said…
Dear Francesco,

Very much interesting information you have posted in this network. Regarding weather forcasting in Nepal we are far behind till now. The first main reason is the lack of technology and the other is complex topography.Mainly the altitudional variations that mean within the distance of 200 KM there are altitudional variations from 60m to 8848m above sea level. Globle warming due to the climate change has also becomining the meajor issues in Nepal. We have also been feeling difficulties to develop climate change senarions in Nepal. I want to share ideas from you about this topics.

Kattel
At 23:30 on August 31, 2007, Calestous Juma said…
Francesco! That is the spirit! Calestous
At 23:03 on June 15, 2007, Saadi, Mir Lutful Kabir said…
Hi Francesco,
Thanks for joining the network. What is your observation about George Bush's recent comments on climate change.
Best regards,
Saadi
At 16:43 on June 15, 2007, Francesco Fiondella said…
Yesterday, I didn't even know ning existed. Today, I'm a power user ;)
 
 
 

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