COVID-19 crisis causes 17% drop in global carbon emissions

May 18, 2020

The study published in the journal Nature Climate Change shows that daily emissions decreased by 17% – or 17 million tonnes of carbon dioxide – globally during the peak of the confinement measures in early April compared to mean daily levels in 2019, dropping to levels last observed in 2006.

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Major international project to tackle climate change resilience in Africa

May 27, 2020

A new €6.7M project involving the University of East Anglia (UEA) aims to help rural East African communities adapt to climate change using state-of-the-art predictions of water scarcity and food insecurity.

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Video: Interview with Glen Peters on COVID and global emissions

May 19, 2020

Here is a video interview with Glen Peters, Research Director of CICERO, on the impacts of COVID19 on global emissions.

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Animation: COVID-19 crisis causes 17% drop in global carbon emissions

May 19, 2020

A GIF of CO2 global emissions from January to May.

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Robert Nicholls

Major new research project will help strengthen UK climate resilience

May 18, 2020

Robert Nicholls at the Tyndall Centre at the University of East Anglia is leading new research to inform the next UK climate change risk assessment and adaptation plan

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Feasibility of Greenhouse Gas Removal is social as well as technical

May 14, 2020

Social and governance aspects of greenhouse gas removal technologies, including biomass energy with carbon capture and storage and large-scale afforestation, are currently under-represented in integrated assessment models.

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Infographic: Why are small scale solutions important for emissions reduction?

April 2, 2020

An infographic explaining why smaller scale solutions can help in reaching emissions targets.

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Video: Small scale solutions towards emissions reduction

April 2, 2020

A video with Tyndall Centre's Dr. Charlie Wilson on why smaller scale solutions might be better than larger scale technologies.

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