Tyndall Assembly 2023

The annual Tyndall assembly happened 12-14 September where the Tyndall network from the University of East Anglia, the University of Manchester, Cardiff University, and Newcastle University gathered at this year’s Tyndall Assembly hosted by the UEA. There were sessions about Tyndall’s impact beyond the academe, demystifying decolonial research and practice, activism and advocacy as a researcher, and Tyndall’s interdisciplinary work.

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Tyndall also launched its new research strategy for 2023-2028, with the theme “Delivering Sustainable, Transformative, Just, Climate Action”.

The Assembly ended with a trip to the Norfolk coast where climate change is increasing the risk of flooding and erosion.



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