|UK failing to harness its bioenergy potential||
The UK could generate almost half its energy needs from biomass sources, including household waste, agricultural residues and home-grown biofuels by 2050, new research suggests.
|Is it global warming near you?||
Google Earth now hosts the Climatic Research Unit’s world temperature data.
|Making sense of climate models||
Jeff Price of UEA describes the CLIMASCOPE Emission Scenario Explorer. CLIMASCOPE shows outputs as maps and each map describes the different regional changes in rainfall and temperature that the various global climate models used in our project provide.
|Call for abstracts- Conference on Shipping in Changing Climates: provisioning the future, 18th and 19th June 2014, Liverpool, UK||
Tyndall Manchester are now welcoming abstracts for the first International Conference on Shipping in Changing Climates: provisioning the future
|Tyndall Manchester study identifies diverse examples of low-carbon human development||
A new paper by William Lamb and colleagues at Tyndall Centre Manchester shows that nations with different drivers of CO2 can have low levels of emissions per capita as well as high levels of life expectancy.
|Radical Emissions Reduction Conference - Videos Now Online||
Video recordings of talks given at the Radical Emissions Reduction Conference (10-11 December 2013) are now available for viewing online.
Links to the videos of individual talks have been included in this adapted programme of the conference.
|Live Stream from Radical Emissions Reduction Conference||
The Radical Emissions Reduction Conference is taking place today Tuesday 10th Decemberand Wednesday 11th December . You can view a live video feed here. The feed will begina few minutes before the event.
|PhD studentships in Innovation and Energy Demand|
|Global Carbon Atlas launched online||
The Global Carbon Atlas is a platform to explore and visualize the most up-to-date data on carbon fluxes resulting from human activities and natural processes.
|Global carbon emissions set to reach record 36 billion tonnes in 2013||
Global emissions of carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels are set to rise again in 2013, reaching a record high of 36 billion tonnes - according to new figures from the Global Carbon Project, co-led by researchers from the Tyndall Centre at the University of East Anglia (UEA).
|Tyndall Centre at COP19 Warsaw||
Tyndall Centre events at COP19 include the Global Carbon Budget 2013 annual report, the launch of the online Carbon Atlas and a side-event 'Rising emissions and a Radical Plan for 2 degrees' (Slides Available here) hosted by the Tyndall Centre and CICERO.
|Heike Schroeder editor for special issue of Environment and Planning C on urban climate governance||
"The papers in this theme issue seek to advance our understanding of the roles of networks and partnerships in the multilevel governance of climate change and related issues in the urban context."
|Call for Papers - 2014 Norwich Conference on Earth System Governance||
We invite you to the 2014 Norwich Conference on Earth System Governance on “Access and Allocation in the Anthropocene”, to be held 1-3 July 2014 at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, UK.
|Naomi Klein in New Statesman on Kevin Anderson and Alice Bows’ research||
"Is our relentless quest for economic growth killing the planet?" Naomi Klein, the author of “The Shock Doctrine” and “No Logo”, discusses research by Kevin Anderson and Alice Bows of Tyndall Manchester
|Energy efficiency providers urged to get 'foot in the door' of untapped home renovation market||
Service providers are missing an important opportunity, by failing to develop products which target energy efficiency measures at homeowners considering renovating to improve the amenity features of their homes, according to a new University of East Anglia report.
|Time to debate the two degrees target||
A new paper explores how policy makers can work with the uncomfortable knowledge that the prospects for holding average global warming to below two degrees Celsius are rapidly decreasing.
|Why we need to think differently about energy efficient renovations||
Charlie Wilson of Tyndall UEA has written an entry for the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) website's blog about home renovation decisions.
|Oxford special issue journal on Water Security, Risk and Society||
Water security is a defining challenge for society, science and policy in the twenty-first century. The World Economic Forum has identified water supply crises among the top global risks for three years running.
|IPCC report released in Stockholm||
The fifth intergovernmental assessment of climate change reports today from Stockholm, the work of 250 authors incorporating thousands of comments from others. "Warming of the climate is unequivocal". "Human influence on the climate system is clear".
|UK Secretary of State at Tyndall Centre Fudan||
Ed Davey, Head of the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change, delivered a speech at Fudan University to mark the ongoing and strengthening collaboration between Fudan and the UK Tyndall centre.