News Archive

Tyndall Centre Directors Appeal to the US Administration to Continue to Support US and International Climate Initiatives and transition to a low-carbon economy

As Donald Trump is attempting to undo the Obama plans to curb climate change, Tyndall Centre Directors appeal to the US Administration and Congress to consider the enormous amount of evidence that shows that human-activities are adversely changing the Earth’s climate, and urge the US to continue to demonstrate global leadership by remaining active members of the Paris

Generating Low-Carbon Heat from Biomass: Life Cycle Assessment of Bioenergy Scenarios

Researchers at the Tyndall Centre and SuperGen Bioenergy Hub looked into the GHG emissions associated with bioenergy.

Fiscal incentives may help reduce carbon emissions in developing countries

A study has found that fiscal policies introduced by governments in developing countries can have a significant effect on lowering harmful carbon emissions and help countries with fulfilling their commitments under the UNFCCC Paris Agreement.

‘Great British Energy’ could fuel conservatives’ passion for climate change action

New peer-reviewed study pinpoints climate language that appeals to centre-right voters


Momentum in low carbon energy seen in slowdown of global carbon emissions
Low-carbon energy is gaining momentum worldwide and is globally reducing carbon dioxide pollution shows a study published today by researchers at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and the Global Carbon Project. 

IPCC reasons for concern regarding climate change risks - Nature Climate Change

Tyndall authors have contributed to a Nature Climate Change paper regarding the IPCC reasons for concern (RFC) framework, which communicates scientific understanding about risks in relation to varying levels of climate change. The paper reviews the framework's conceptual basis and the risk judgments made in the most recent IPCC report.

Professor Andy Jordan appointed to the Scientific Committee of the European Environment Agency (EEA).

The EEA Scientific Committee is composed of members of high scientific standing in one or more key areas of expertise relevant to the work of the EEA.

Each member serves in an independent scientific capacity and does not represent countries or similar interests.  There are currently 18 members of the Committee.

ESRC funded PhD studentships in the Tyndall Centre, UEA

Funding is now available for full or part-time PhDs in the Tyndall Centre at UEA as part of the ESRC South-East Network for Social Sciences Doctoral Training Partnership.

New guidelines aim to improve understanding of scientific data

Researchers from University of East Anglia (UEA) have produced new guidelines aimed at improving the communication and understanding of scientific data - using knowledge of how the human brain processes visual and written information.

Urban planning as a key to address climate change

In the course of global urbanisation, the design of today’s transportation systems, buildings and other infrastructures will largely determine tomorrow’s CO2 emissions. Indeed, “going green” now in terms of infrastructure and buildings could cut future emissions in half.

Global Carbon Atlas now updated with latest data

The Global Carbon Atlas has now been updated with the latest available information; visit the Global Carbon Atlas website for more information.


The challenges of monitoring national climate policy: learning lessons from the EU

New research by Tyndall Centre authors, published today in Climate Policy, shows that the long term success of the Paris Agreement depends on the availability of well-designed and functioning monitoring and review mechanisms.

Global Carbon Budget 2016 Infographics

The projected rise of only 0.2% for 2016 marks a clear break from the rapid emissions growth of 2.3% per year in the decade to 2013, with just 0.7 per cent growth seen in 2014.

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Low growth in global carbon emissions continues for third successive year

Global carbon emissions from burning fossil fuels did not grow in 2015 and are projected to rise only slightly in 2016, marking three years of almost no growth, according to researchers at the Tyndall Centre, University of East Anglia (UEA) and the Global Carbon Project.

Tyndall Centre at COP22 Marrakesh

The Global Carbon Budget 2016 was launched on Monday 14th November at a UNFCCC Press Conference at COP22, Marrakesh, and later at a Tyndall Centre side event.



How to handle heavy precipitation and prevent flooded houses in Urban quarters?

How to fight the urban heat island effect in summer? How to make a city climate resilient? Climate impacts add to the many stressors cities are already exposed and infrastructure and the urban population are highly vulnerable to these impacts.

Can the Port of Southampton weather the coming storms of climate change?

Writing for Climate Conversations, Esmé Flegg of Tyndall Southampton discusses UK vulnerability to maritime disruption, arguing that "future-proofing ports, such as Southampton, is vital to maintain this flow of goods, but is also important in terms of our city’s economy."

Extreme weather effects may explain recent butterfly decline

Increasingly frequent extreme weather events could threaten butterfly populations in the UK and could be the cause of recently reported butterfly population crashes, according to research from the University of East Anglia (UEA).

Engaging publics with climate change through art

HELIX is sponsoring two major climate change communication events to engage the general public. Respond: Climate Change is a unique exhibition, bringing together four contemporary artists to explore the issue of climate change.

Engaging children with climate change through Theatre

HELIX is sponsoring two major climate change communication events to engage the general public. On Saturday 22 October at the Norwich Science Festival in the UK is the participatory discovery trail Theatre for families, You're Getting Warmer