Fudan Tyndall’s Interdisciplinary Research

The Fudan Tyndall research ambitions are focussed around greenhouse gas stabilisation and transition to a low carbon economy; food, water and human security; and building resilience and reducing the vulnerability of people and places. Our research includes:

Societal Role of High Emission Groups

We are comparing emission profiles within China and Europe for developing low-carbon technologies and policies that are tailored to target high emitting groups in society. Read more...

Elemental Nitrogen Cycling

We are identifying opportunities for mitigating greenhouse gases from agriculture. We are analysing plant-microbe interactions and soil properties to better understand how N2O emissions may be reduced and carbon sequestered to help re-shape policies and practices. Read more...

Water Security

 We are improving understanding of water scarcity, extreme events and the water-energy nexus. We are improving knowledge of futurewater scarcity, including agricultural impact, and risks to people, environments and economies, and possible adaptation responses. Read more...