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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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Low growth in global carbon emissions continues for third successive year

24th January, 2017

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.

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Momentum in low carbon energy seen in slowdown of global carbon emissions

24th January, 2017

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. 

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Global Carbon Budget

3rd January, 2017

The Global Carbon Budget 2016 and its implication for meeting global warming targets was unveiled at COP22 in Marrakesh. 

Following-on 2015, a year in which global CO2 emissions did not grow from industry overall published last year by the Global Carbon Budget http://globalcarbonbudget2015.org/ we waited with anticipation the publication of this year’s 2016 Global Carbon Budget on 14 November and to hear its latest implications for climate policy.

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Low growth in global carbon emissions continues for third successive year

14th November, 2016

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.

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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