The Tyndall Centre has initiated a new partnership with the Research Institute for Global Environmental Change (RICE) at Fudan University, Shanghai, one of the big three Universities in China.
This expansion of the Tyndall Centre to China creates new opportunities for collaborative research by bringing together UK and Chinese researchers from across the scientific, engineering, social science and economic communities.
China is in the process of becoming the world’s most powerful economy. Their development pathway will strongly influence global climate change, the world’s food, energy and human security, and have predominant impact on water security and air quality in East Asia.
The Tyndall Fudan research ambitions are focussed around 1) greenhouse gas stabilisation and transition to a low carbon economy, 2) food, water and human security, and 3) building resilience and reducing the vulnerability of people and places. These new collaborations between UK and Chinese researchers will help provide key insights on the drivers of global change and help manage the pathways of world development.
Tyndall Fudan is funded with a 15 year commitment by the Chinese central government through the 985 Fund and the Shanghai City government. The collaborative partnership is co-Directed by Prof Trevor Davies , Deputy Director for International Activities at the Tyndall Centre, and Prof Yiqi Luo from Fudan University.
Read more about: Fudan Tyndall's Interdisciplinary Research 
Global Environment Change Research in Fudan University [Link] 
The Department of Environmental Science and Engineering works on aerosol chemistry and its environmental impacts, environmental administration and governance, water pollution prevention and control. [Link] 
The School of Public Health works on environmental health and the co-benefits of atmospheric pollution control and climate change. [Link] 
The School of Life Science works on global change ecology [Link] 
The Institute of New Energy works on efficient energy storage materials, new technologies for energy production, and energy saving technology. [Link] 
The School of Economics works on low-carbon economy and energy. [Link] 
The School of International Relations and Public Affairs works on Environment and International Relations. [Link] 
The School of Social Development and Public Policy works on demography, resources and environmental economics. [Link] 
The School of Journalism works on communication studies of climate change responses. [Link] 
The School of Law works on research on the legislation in response to climate change. [Link]