Tyndall Centre at COP21 Paris

This is what we are doing at COP21 - our side events, speakers and selected papers for delegates in Paris.   +

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    Tyndall Centre at COP21 Paris

    This is what we are doing at COP21 - our side events, speakers and selected papers for delegates in Paris.   +

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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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    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

Working Paper: The challenge of communicating unwelcome climate messages

With the probability that global temperature rise can be kept below the 2°C target continuing to diminish, citizens as well as economic and political decision makers need to engage with knowledge about the likelihood and implications of severe future impacts, and the scale of mitigation required to avoid them, the likes of which few want to hear. +

IPCC 2°C scenarios 'wildly overoptimistic', a commentary in Nature Geosciences

Professor Kevin Anderson at the University of Manchester and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research has published an analysis of the ‘wildly over optimistic’ IPCC projections of future global warming.


Tyndall Ton of Tweets #TTT

The Tyndall Ton of Tweets are evidence-based contributions by our researchers for COP21. Follow .

Our Favourite Cities & Coasts Papers

These are the papers from our Cities & Coasts Theme that our researchers want COP delegates to read.

Our Favourite Governance & Behaviour Papers

These are the papers from our Governance & Behaviour Theme that our researchers want COP delegates to read.

Our Favourite Energy and Emissions Papers

These are the papers from our Energy & Emission Theme that our researchers want COP delegates to read.