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Two circular images feature Ruth Larbey and Grania Power from the University of East Anglia, with text "Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research" above and "Tyndall Spotlight" below.
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Tyndall Spotlight features Tyndall's early career researchers. This April...
A group of elementary school students in blue uniforms are gathered around a table, engaged in a discussion. A teacher writes on a whiteboard in the background, where volunteer sustainability experts from UEA contribute to the national school’s climate scheme.
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The University of East Anglia (UEA) has been named as a partner in the Climate Ambassador Scheme that provides nurseries,...
Flooded street with submerged vehicles and partially submerged buildings; trees in the background suggest a residential area affected by heavy rain or rising waters, a scene increasingly common due to climate change as highlighted by research from Newcastle University and the University of East Anglia.
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A new £5 million hub is being launched to deliver faster and more impactful action in the UK to help...
An aerial view of a large campus specializing in Coastal System Dynamics.
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We are looking for a new director!...
A group of cows with white faces and brown bodies standing in a muddy field, part of a net zero plans initiative, with trees and a cloudy sky in the background.
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New research by the University of East Anglia (UEA) reveals what countries think will be their most difficult to decarbonise...
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New research involving the University of East Anglia (UEA) suggests that countries’ current plans to remove CO2 from the atmosphere...
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In memory of Sebastian Carney, an early member of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research....
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A comprehensive literature review conducted by researchers confirms a shift towards adaptation and mitigation solutions. The review spans over three...
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