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CERES phone number is (888) 736-7378.
CERES support is available on the following Apple products:
-iPhone 6 and later
-iPad Air and later
-iPad Mini 3 and later
-iPod Touch 6th generation and later
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What is CERES?
The acronym CERES stands for the Climate Observing Retrieval and Analysis System. CERES is a global data acquisition and analysis system that allows scientists to monitor Earth's climate in real time. The system gathers information about Earth's atmosphere, land, and sea surface temperatures, precipitation, cloud cover, and other climatic parameters.
The CERES headquarters is located in Vienna, Austria. The organization's stated mission is to "advance climate change research and understanding, providing expert advice to policymakers, promoting sustainable development, and fostering public understanding and engagement with climate change issues."
CERES was founded in 1990 as the Austrian Center for Climate Research (Zentrum für Klimaforschung Österreich). In 2008, it merged with the Austrian Institute of Technology (Wien) to become CERES Austria. In 2014, it became an independent organization.
As of 2018, CERES has more than 220 employees. Its research activities are divided into five main areas: climate modelling, climate observation, sea level change, land use change and forestry.
CERES is a member of the European Academies Science Advisory Council (EASAC).
In March 2019, CERES published a report entitled "Averting a Human-Induced Catastrophe: What We Can Do Now" which outlined the scale and severity of the global threats posed by climate change and outlined potential strategies to reduce these risks.
In December 2018, CERES released a report on the state of the global carbon budget which found that humans have already used up around a third of the total amount of carbon dioxide that can be emitted without going over 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.