Tyndall Director helps French President Make The Planet Great Again

2017

The Director of the Tyndall Centre, Prof. Corinne Le Quéré, Chaired the International Panel that helped French President Emmanuel Macron 'Make The Planet Great Again', an invitation to climate scientists to continue their work in France, following the decision of US President Donald Trump to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement.

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Carbon budgets for limiting global temperature to 1.5 °C

2017

Detlef Van Vurren and colleagues at PBL Netherlands have written this Briefing Note to summarise the knowledge of emissions pathways and energy transitions in the model scenarios that strive to achieve the 1.5°C of the Paris Agreement as part of our work for the UK Government Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

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Tyndall social science research is very highly cited

2017

Several Tyndall researchers have been named as among the most highly cited in the world, including social scientists from the University of East Anglia and Cardiff University.

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Research reveals China’s reversing emission flows

2017

The flow of China’s carbon emissions has reversed according to new research led by scientists at the University of East Anglia.

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Infographic: Global Carbon Budget 2017

2017

View and download the infographics produced to illustrate the findings of the Global Carbon Budget 2017 here.

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Opinion: German Coal & Small Island States

2017

A newbie's perspective on the Bonn Conference of the Parties by Sarah Becker, Tyndall Centre reseracher at the University of Cardiff.

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Record high CO2 emissions delay global peak

2017

Global carbon emissions are on the rise again in 2017 after three years of little-to-no growth, according to researchers at the University of East Anglia and the Global Carbon Project in the release of the 2017 Global Carbon Budget.

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Listen to Director Corinne Le Quéré’s podcast with Nature about the Global Carbon Cycle

2017

Deciphering the global carbon cycle is as fascinating as it is difficult. Yet the global carbon budget is perhaps THE central bit of knowledge that society must have, if an informed decision on carbon mitigation is ever to be made. 

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