Strong growth in global CO2 emissions expected for 2018

2018

Global carbon emissions are set to hit an all-time high in 2018 – according to researchers at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and the Global Carbon Project. A projected rise of more than 2 per cent has been driven by a solid growth in coal use for the second year in a row, and sustained growth in oil and gas use.

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Infographics: Global Carbon Budget 2018

2018

Download the infographics for the Global Carbon Budget 2018 here.

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Nature Commentary: Emissions are still rising. Ramp up the cuts

2018

Cristina Figueres and Tyndall Centre authors argue that with sources of renewable energy spreading fast, all sectors can do more to decarbonize the worldin this Nature Commentary to accompany the release of the Global Carbon Budget 2018.

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Tyndall Centre at COP24

2018

A summary of our events, activities and research being presented at UNFCCC COP24 in Katowice, Poland

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Corinne Le Quére becomes Chair of France's first climate change committee

2018

French President Macron has announced that Prof Corinne Le Quéré will become the Chair of France's new climate change committee.

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Beer crisis: how we discovered climate change could cause a global barley shortage

2018

The price of beer could double under unchecked climate change, writes Prof Dabo Guan (Tyndall UEA), as droughts and extreme temperatures cause barley yields to drop. Read the full piece from The Conversation

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UK will become plant, butterfly and bird refuge as climate changes

2018

A work in progress by Jeff Price at UEA. The UK will become plant, butterfly and bird refuge as climate changes.

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Our Activities during Green Great Britain Week

2018

A summary of our activities across the UK during Green Great Britain Week.

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