Eighteen countries from developed economies have had declining carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels for at least a decade. While every nation is unique, they share some common themes that can show Australia, and the world, a viable path to reducing emissions
CO2 emissions in developed economies fall due to decreasing fossil fuel and energy use
February 26, 2019
Efforts to cut emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and tackle climate change in developed economies are beginning to pay off according to research led by the Tyndall Centre at the University of East Anglia (UEA).
Heat stress may threaten more than one billion people’s ability to work
February 25, 2019
Increasing global temperatures may affect about one billion people’s ability to work and perform daily activities and around 20 million people’s ability to cope with heat this century, especially in tropical and sub-tropical countries.
Rachel Warren wins UEA Award for Pathways After Paris
February 5, 2019
UEA has awarded Tyndall Centre colleagues led by Professor Rachel Warren the ‘Best Consultancy Project of the Year’ for two back-to-back projects with UK Government’s Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Professor Richard Dawson appointed to Adaptation subcommittee of the Climate Change Committee
January 31, 2019
Richard Dawson, leader of Tyndall Newcastle, will serve for a three-year term on the committee. Professor Dawson will take over from Professor Jim Hall who stands down from the Adaptation Committee this month after 10 years of service.
The Governing Body of the Tyndall Centre, the Tyndall Council, is pleased to announce that Prof Carly McLachlan is now Interim Tyndall Director of the Tyndall Centre. Carly remains as Director of Tyndall Centre Manchester. Carly's research on engaging various stakeholders with energy and sustainability issues is at the heart of efforts to address climate change.
Nature Commentary: Emissions are still rising. Ramp up the cuts
December 6, 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.