Latest Events and Conferences
The Tyndall Centre holds and contributes to regular events and presentations on climate change issues throughout the country. Through these events we seek to engage with other researchers, key stakeholders such as business leaders, policy advisors, NGOs, agencies and the media as well as the public in general. We also use the events as opportunities to share our research results, promote discussion and raise awareness of climate change issues and potential solutions.
|Tyndall Centre Forum and Assembly||
This year's Forum will bring together in Newcastle climate change stakeholders from the North-East of England with Tyndall Centre Researchers. The Forum is on the 1st November and is part of the 3 day annual Tyndall Assembly.
|Beyond uncertainty: Learning about climate change||
Speaker: Brian O'Neill, (IIASA).
|Forecasting the path of future Chinese CO2 emissions: Offsetting Kyoto - and then some!||
This is an open invite to a seminar this Friday discussing recent work on CO2 emissions which suggests that recent trands in China may well displace all efforts underway through the Kyoto agreement. It is intended to be accessible to all and everyone is very welcome.
|Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research and Environment Agency Joint Workshop on Coastal Research and the Coastal Simulator||
» Speaker: Professor Robert Nicholls and Professor Andrew Watkinson.
» Contact: Vanessa McGregor for more information.
|From Cromer to Kyoto: a journey discovering climate change and how we can make a difference||
A three-dimensional hands-on interactive exhibition at Norwich Cathedral to be launched at the BA Festival of Science 2006, funded by Defra. The exhibition takes the form of a journey through time and visitors follow a trail narrated by a lively inquisitive cartoon character, Sally. She is a 10 year old from Cromer, Norfolk, who asks her granddad 'what's climate change got to do with me?'
|Research updates: the first year of MATISSE and the launch of the ADAM project||
MATISSE aims to achieve a step-wise advance in the science and application of Integrated Sustainability Assessment (ISA) of EU policies. In order to reach this objective the core activity of the MATISSE project is to improve the tools available for conducting Integrated Sustainability Assessments. ADAM (Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies: supporting European climate policy) is an integrated research project running from 2006 to 2009 that will lead to a better understanding of the trade-offs and conflicts that exist between adaptation and mitigation policies.
|The UK Energy Research Centre's Summer School||
Nominations are now open for UKERC's second annual Energy Summer School with 50 places available for UK and international students. The programme has been specifically designed to give first and second year PhD students undertaking energy PhDs an understanding of the broader issues relevant to energy research in the UK and beyond.
|Climate change information in search of decision-makers: Why do managers (not) consider climate change in their long-term planning projects?||
Over the last years the scientific community published a lot of information about climate change, in order to help organizations to adapt to climate change. There is however, little research on the effective practices of managers with respect to climate change information, and little evidence that managers consider climate change information in their long-term projects when those projects are sensitive to future changes in climate.
|Future of Aerospace - Commercial Aviation and the Environment||
Dr Walker is Director of the Northern Aerospace Technology Exploration Centre (NATEC). Drinks/light refreshments will be provided 15 minutes before each seminar commences.
|Patterns of innovation and institutional change in the transition to a sustainable electricity system||
Dr Hofman is Senior Research Associate of the Center for Clean Technology and Environmental Policy, University of Twente, Netherlands. This is a joint seminar from Tyndall Manchester and the Institute of Innovation Research. Drinks/light refreshments will be provided 15 minutes before each seminar commences.