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.
|4 Degrees and Beyond: Implications for people, ecosystems and the earth system||
Despite 17 years of political negotiations since the Rio Earth Summit, global greenhouse gas emissions have continued to rise, which presents the global community with a stark challenge: Either instigate an immediate and radical reversal in existing emission trends or accept global temperature rises well beyond 4°C.
|Monday, September 28, 2009 (All day)|
|The Effects of REDD on Local Governance and Livelihoods||
The School of International Development, the Center for International Forestry Research and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research organize a workshop on Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) on April 6 and 7, 2009. REDD refers to efforts to credit the avoidance of deforestation and forest degradation under a post-Kyoto climate change agreement.
|Changing the climate of African development||
This two-day workshop, to be held at the Winchester Mansions Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa, is part of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change's Programme on International Development, 'Securing human welfare: how can international development be sustained in a warming world?' The workshop is expected to be of interest to academics, policy makers and representatives of civil society working on climate change and development within the agriculture, water and energy sectors.
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|Public Engagement with Climate Change: A Social Representations Perspective|
|Lessons for climate change adaptation from river management reforms||
Joint Tyndall / DEV / UEA Water Research Network seminar
|Living with environmental change|
|2°C emission pathways: Implications for international transport|
|Future transportation fuels: A vision of a viable low-CO2 energy economy|
|Carbon off-setting behaviour: catalyst for - or evasion of - low-carbon lifestyles?||
Speaker: Lorraine Whitmarsh & Saffron O’Neill. ENV & Tyndall Centre, UEA
|Knowledge and confidence in one's own knowledge for climate change||
» Speaker: Eva-Lotta Sundblad.