- We will perform internationally recognised, high quality and interdisciplinary climate change research
- We will raise awareness of the risks, trade-offs and opportunities arising from climate change and related environment, energy and economic concerns
- We will exert an influence on the design and achievability of national and international climate change-related policies and actions
Tyndall Research Strategy 2012 – 2017
Sir James Bevan gave a speech at the University of East Anglia students last 16 January.
This conference will discuss how to measure the human cost of loss and damage to coastal heritage from sea-level rise and coastal erosion.
PhD Opportunity – A social practice perspective on future water demand challenges in England 2040 and 2050
This project is similarly interdisciplinary, and looks to understand what insights from the social sciences can be used to inform our understanding of future water