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Watch: Climate change, Inequality, and Health seminar

June 7, 2021

This is a recorded seminar on the topic of Climate Change, Inequality, and Health which took place online last June 2, 2021 with guests Ronnie Murungu, Batsirai Muruju, and Paul Hunter hosted by Jo Greere and Roger Few.

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Climate change increases extreme rainfall and the chance of floods

June 7, 2021

Climate experts warn that, without urgent action, climate change will continue to cause an increase in the intensity of extreme rainfall that can lead to severe flooding.

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Watch: Climate change, Inequality, and Energy seminar

June 3, 2021

This is a recorded seminar on the topic of Climate Change, Inequality, and Energy which took place online last May 26, 2021 with guests Prof. Charles Jumbe and Pierre Telep, with Dr. Sarah Mander, Vanessa Mukoro, and Christopher Walsh of Tyndall Manchester.

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Watch: Climate change, Inequality, and Conservation seminar

June 3, 2021

This is a recorded seminar on the topic of Climate Change, Inequality, and Adaptation which took place online last May 19, 2021 with guests Dr. Karen Wong-Perez and Prod. Patrcia Balvanera, hosted by Dr. Rachel Carmenta.

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Watch: Climate change, Inequality, and Adaptation seminar

May 27, 2021

This is a recorded seminar on the topic of Climate Change, Inequality, and Adaptation which took place online last May 12, 2021 with guests Prof. Silja Klepp, Dr. Georgina Cundill Kemp, and Dnaiel Morchain hosted by Dr. Mark Tebboth.

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Seminar series: Climate Change, Inequality, and X

April 29, 2021

The Tyndall Centre's Overcoming Poverty theme is holding a seminar series this May 2021. The series will focus on three topics: adaptation, conservation, and energy and is open to the public.

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Unchecked climate change could destroy the natural wonders of the world’s ‘biodiversity hotspots’, scientists warn

April 12, 2021

Many animals and plants unique to the world’s most stunning natural places face extinction if greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise. However, remaining within the climate goals of the Paris Agreement - which aims to keep global heating well below 2°C, ideally at 1.5°C - would save the majority of species.

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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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