Towards a culture of low carbon research

We recently published a new Working Paper and launch the Tyndall Travel Tracker App to the Tyndall Centre community. Our aim is to support the necessary transformation towards a professional low-carbon culture of work travel in climate change research. +

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    Towards a culture of low carbon research

    We recently published a new Working Paper and launch the Tyndall Travel Tracker App to the Tyndall Centre community. Our aim is to support the necessary transformation towards a professional low-carbon culture of work travel in climate change research. +

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    Tyndall Research Strategy 2012 - 2017

    The Tyndall Centre’s first decade focused on interdisciplinary climate change research. Our second decade will in addition focus on the interactions and feedbacks between climate, people and ecosystems. +

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    What’s going on at COP20 in Lima?

    Governments, campaigners, businesses and researchers are this week and next week meeting in Lima to finalise and support the last round of annual UN climate negotiations before December 2015’s critical meeting in Paris. +

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    CO2 emissions set to reach new 40 billion tonne record high in 2014

    Carbon dioxide emissions, the main contributor to global warming, are set to rise again in 2014 - reaching a record high of 40 billion tonnes. Remaining CO2 emission ‘quota’ may be used up in one generation and more than half of all fossil fuel reserves may need to be left untapped.    +

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    Our Partner Universities

    The Tyndall Centre is a unique partnership between a selection of researchers from eight UK research institutions, who together with contributions from Fudan University form the Tyndall Consortium. +

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    Cities and Coasts

    Our programme on building resilience and decreasing the vulnerability of people and places, with particular reference to cities and coasts, aims to bring greater integration to our work on coastal communities, cities and adaptation. +

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    Energy and Emissions

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Breaking News

Geo-engineering not an option for near-term climate policy

Greenhouse gas removal by recapturing carbon dioxide and albedo modification techniques that reflect sunlight cannot be relied on to reduce climate change impacts within the next decades, concludes an EU-wide analysis.
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Does pop music have a ‘Rhythm Of The Rain?’

Weather is frequently portrayed in popular music, with a new scientific study finding over 750 popular music songs referring to weather, the most common being sun and rain, and blizzards being the least common. The study also found many song writers were inspired by weather events.
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IN THE NEWS

Four Steps for China to Peak its Carbon Emissions

Dabo Guan of the Tyndall Centre has contributed to an article in Nature commenting on Climate Policy. The article outlines four steps, that China must take to ensure that it meets the commentment made last November in a joint announcement with the United States.
 
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"Travel responsibly": Tyndall Travel Tracker in Nature Climate Change

An article on the Tyndall Centre's Travel Tracker and travel strategy working paper has been published in Nature Climate Change.

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Art and Science Retrospective: Turner Prize nominee Janice Kerbel's collaboration with the Tyndall Centre

Turner Prize nominee Janice Kerbel worked in collaboration with the Tyndall Centre in 2003 on her exhibition "Home Climate Gardens", in partnership with the then Norwich School of Art, her work was displayed at the Norwich Gallery. Congratulations to Janice for her nomination.
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Navigating the climate change challenge for shipping

International shipping has to half its emissions says a new report by the Tyndall Centre at the University of Manchester, being presented today at a meeting of the International Maritime Organisation.
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