“This Is Our Time”, claim the young researchers and the PhD students supported by the Cuomo Foundation within the framework of the IPCC Scholarship Program in the documentary filmed at the Foundation headquarters last September. The five researchers of the 2019-2021 group hail from Latin America and China.
Ana Carolina Amarillo (Argentina)
Research Topic: Modelling of Polluants Associated with Climate Change in Central Argentina and Mitigation Propsals
Li Dongfeng (China)
Research Topic: Water and Sediment Fluxes Response to Climate Change in the Headwater Rivers of Asian Highlands
Pedro Fernandez (Argentina)
Research Topic: Linking perceptions and adoption of silvopastoral systems with environmental variables in the Argentine dry Chaco
Igor Ribeiro (Brazil)
Research Topic: Fires in the Amazon rain forest: Impacts of forest fires on air quality of a tropical megacity
Da Yabin (China)
Climate Change, Ground-level Ozone, Crop Yield and Food Security in China: Implications and Economics
The Capes Thesis Award was created in 2005 by the Brazilian Federal Government and its Ministry of...
Foundation Attends Academic Discussion on the Covid-19 Impact on Plans for a Green Sustainable Future
The Cuomo Foundation was invited to attend an international webinar held on 30 September by Rueben...
Day-June 5th 2020 United Nations Environment Programme Celebrated annually The theme of World...
Ana Carolina Amarillo (Argentina), Researcher on the effects of climate change, is a Cuomo Foundation Fellow
On Saturday February 8, 2020, the students of the Amala Annai Higher Sec. School (Mambakkam, Tamil Nadu)—a compound constructed by the Cuomo Foundation’s contribution—visited the historic site of Mamallapuram.
A scientific measuring tool developed by the Cuomo Foundation-funded researcher based in Brazil