Tyndall Assembly 2015: Policy challenges of climate change: the next 10 years

Our focus this year at our annual Tyndall Assembly is the immediate outcomes for climate mitigation, adaptation and research, following-on from the UN climate change summit that will be in Paris in December.The Tyndall Assembly is 9-11 September, hosted by at the University of Sussex. We welcome interested public to our speakers and discussions on Wednesday and Thursday evening.

The climate-science and policy-making nexus is often considered in terms of targets for 2050 which makes success a distant measure and adding to the inertia for taking decisions. At this year’s Tyndall Assembly we are evaluating what needs to change now for success in 2050 and the role of our research accelerating transformation.

The purpose of the Tyndall Assembly is to stimulate ideas, learn about each other’s research and communication, and identify activities that will lead to high-impact publications and new research projects.

 

Assembly Information

The agenda for the Tyndall Assembly can be downloaded here: Tyndall Assembly Agenda.

The Assembly sessions will take place in Bramber House on the University of Sussex Campus. Campus Map

The Assembly will open at 18:00 on Wednesday 9th September with a Public Lecture presented by Michael Jacobs titled Climate change policy after Paris: the research challenge.

Some practical information on the Assembly (including transport and venue details) can be downloaded here: Delegate Information.

A list of delegates attending the Tyndall Assembly and invited guest speakers can be downloaded here: Delegate List

 

Maps

University of Sussex (Main Venue)

University of Brighton, Falmer Campus (Accommodation)

Floor Plan of Bramber Building

Speaker: 
Various
Date: 
Wednesday, September 9, 2015 - 09:00 - Friday, September 11, 2015 - 17:00
Venue: 
University of Sussex