ScienceBrief: Independent expert advisory bodies facilitate ambitious climate policy responses

March 29, 2021

This ScienceBrief Review examines emerging evidence of the impact that independent expert advisory bodies have had on the design and delivery of ambitious climate policy responses.

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ScienceBrief: Climate change probably intensifying tropical cyclones

March 29, 2021

A new ScienceBrief Review entitled: “Climate change is probably increasing the intensity of tropical cyclones” was published today on the ScienceBrief platform

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The Human Burden of Coastal Subsidence

March 17, 2021

Coastal residents are concentrated in subsiding areas and hence experience average rates of relative sea-level rise three or four time higher than the global average suggests. This human burden of coastal subsidence needs to be both recognised and effectively addressed.

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Join Tyndall experts at the Climate Exp0: Call for submissions extended

March 3, 2021

 

We are pleased to announce that the Call for Submissions for Climate Exp0 has been extended to 10 March 2021.

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Launching UNEP report on climate, biodiversity and pollution emergencies

February 18, 2021

 

The UNEP synthesis report, Making Peace with Nature: A scientific blueprint to tackle the climate, biodiversity and pollution emergencies, ‘co-led by Sir Bob Watson FRS and co-authored by Prof Rachel Warren, who are both from the Tyndall Centre is being launched Thursday 18th February at 4pm.

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Online Knowledge Sharing Workshop: Insights into best practices with interdisciplinary climate research

February 10, 2021

The main objective of the online workshop is to share insights and experiences of conducting interdisciplinarity and societally impactful research at the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations (CAST), the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research in the UK, along with researchers from the ELKH Research Network in Hungary.

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Exciting 3-year research positions on smart technology, energy and climate change

December 17, 2020

We’re looking for exceptional, highly motivated researchers with social and technical expertise to join a Marie Curie PhD training network on smart technologies, energy, climate change, and responsible AI.

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Harnessing social networks to help tackle climate change

December 14, 2020

Smart home technologies, such as smart heating systems, lighting and appliances have vast potential to lower CO2emissions. Such technologies can help directly reduce energy use in the home, improve energy management and engage consumers to be more aware of their energy use.

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