|Four Steps for China to Peak its Carbon Emissions||
Dabo Guan of the Tyndall Centre has contributed to an article in Nature commenting on Climate Policy. The article outlines four steps, that China must take to ensure that it meets the commentment made last November in a joint announcement with the United States.
|"Travel responsibly": Tyndall Travel Tracker in Nature Climate Change||
An article on the Tyndall Centre's Travel Tracker and travel strategy working paper has been published in Nature Climate Change.
|Art and Science Retrospective: Turner Prize nominee Janice Kerbel's collaboration with the Tyndall Centre||
Turner Prize nominee Janice Kerbel worked in collaboration with the Tyndall Centre in 2003 on her exhibition "Home Climate Gardens", in partnership with the then Norwich School of Art, her work was displayed at the Norwich Gallery. Congratulations to Janice for her nomination.
|Navigating the climate change challenge for shipping||
International shipping has to half its emissions says a new report by the Tyndall Centre at the University of Manchester, being presented today at a meeting of the International Maritime Organisation.
|Climate change: how Brits feel about ‘smart’ energy||
Reluctance to share data about personal energy use is likely to be a major obstacle when implementing ‘smart’ technologies designed to monitor use and support energy efficient behaviours, according to new research led by The University of Nottingham and the Tyndall Centre at Cardiff University.
|Shipping charts a high carbon course||
The shipping industry expects ongoing growth in CO2 emissions to 2050, despite an apparent recent decline, say Tyndall Manchester experts. Opportunities for decarbonizing the sector in line with international commitments on climate change need to be re-evaluated.
|Towards a culture of low carbon research||
We recently published a new Working Paper and launch the Tyndall Travel Tracker App to the Tyndall Centre community. Our aim is to support the necessary transformation towards a professional low-carbon culture of work travel in climate change research.
|New Tyndall Working Paper - Towards a culture of low carbon research||
We today publish a new Working Paper and launch the Tyndall Travel Tracker App to the Tyndall Centre community. Our aim is to support the necessary transformation towards a professional low-carbon culture of work travel in climate change research.
|Prof Robert Nicholls and colleagues call for IPCC sea-level scenarios that are useful for coastal managers||
The IPCC has recently updated its scenarios of Global Mean Sea-Level rise with the release of its Fifth Assessment Report (AR5).
|Oxford seeks a post-doctoral research associate for the economic impacts of UK drought||
Professor Jim Hall and Dr Chris Decker are seeking a postdoctoral researcher as part of a multidisciplinary research project on drought in the UK.
|88% of UK public support evidence of climate change, highest since 2005, influenced by flooding||
The British public's support for climate change rose signficantly last year and is at the highest level since 2005, following a 2013/14 winter of storms, shows opinion polling by researchers at the Understanding Risk Group at the University of Cardiff and the Tyndall Centre.
|UEA Vacancy: Senior Research Associate (ASSAR Project)||
Applications are invited for a Senior Research Associate to work on the project Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR), funded by Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) working with Dr Roger Few.
School of International Development
|Call for Abstracts for a fully funded workshop: Novel Approaches to Climate Governance and the Role of Entrepreneurship||
18-19 May 2015, Amsterdam
Predictions of climate change paint an alarming picture and addressing these risks will require radical policies to cut emissions, prepare for and increase resilience to the effects of climate change.
|‘Policy Innovation in a Changing Climate’ – a special issue of Global Environmental Change||
A special issue comprising seven new papers (one of them Gold ‘Open Access’) explore the causes, patterns and effects of policy innovation (guest edited by Andrew Jordan & Dave Huitema, 2014).
|All adrift: aviation, shipping, and climate change policy||
Meaningful policy measures to address rising CO2 from international aviation and shipping remain woefully inadequate, according to a new article in Climate Policy by Alice Bows-Larkin.
|Water and conflict special issue journal||
A special issue on climate change, water, conflict and security has been published in the Global Environmental Change - edited by Marisa Goulden (UEA) and Christos Zografos (ICTA, UAB), and Giorgos Kallis (ICTA, UAB).
|Watch our COP20 Peru presentations - Recent trends in carbon emissions and sharing cumulative emissions||
Researchers from Tyndall UEA and the Global Carbon Project are today presenting at COP 20. Watch the commentary and presentations here:
|UEA confirms 2014 as a globally warmest year since records began||
Provisional full-year global mean temperature figures show 2014 was one of the warmest years in a record dating back to 1850.
|What’s going on at COP20 in Lima?||
Governments, campaigners, businesses and researchers are this week and next week meeting in Lima to finalise and support the last round of annual UN climate negotiations before December 2015’s critical meeting in Paris.
|Tyndall PhD opportunity at UEA Norwich Business School||
In this interdisciplinary research project, the PhD candidate will develop and evaluate a new paradigm for energy security based on bio-mimicry; a new example for innovation that promotes learning from natural ecosystems and applying the results to human ecosystems.