The Fracking Debate

11th April, 2017

While an entire ocean separates the UK from the US, when the issue of fracking arises, the great divide — philosophically speaking — narrows considerably.

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Vacancies: Lectureships in Human Geography at UEA

10th April, 2017

The UEA is advertising two lectureships in Human Geography in the School of Environmental Sciences.

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

10th April, 2017

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

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New report examines perceptions of climate change in Europe

27th March, 2017

The first and most in-depth analysis of climate change opinions in some of Europe’s largest countries has revealed an overwhelming belief that climate change is happening.

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High-level workshops on disruptive low carbon innovations

17th March, 2017

High-level workshops on disruptive low carbon innovations organised by the SILCI project team were a huge success.

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TECN is a network of early career interdisciplinary researchers.

28th February, 2017

The Tyndall Centre has had a strong focus on interdisciplinary research since birth. As a result it brings together key people from diverse academic, private sector and policy backgrounds.

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

8th February, 2017

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

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Fiscal incentives may help reduce carbon emissions in developing countries

8th February, 2017

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.

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