What really happened at COP25?

Chancellor's Building G05 Whiteknights Campus, Reading

The Walker Institute invites you to their annual COP debrief “What really happened at COP25” which is taking place on Thursday 23 January, 13:00 – 15:00, Chancellors G05. Our panelists...Read More >

Oxford Science and Ideas Festival

The Beware: Floods Ahead! exhibit is going online at the Oxford Ideas Festival. Mixing maths with poetry and climate science with geography: be the flood judge, create your 'climate stripes',...Read More >

Just Transitions Action Launch

Just Transitions Action Launch, Department of Real Estate and Planning, Henley Business School. Just Transitions Action is a PhD research lab that examines place-based behavioural, socio-cultural, and political factors driving...Read More >

Natural History Museum Research Open Day

Palmer Building

Wednesday 2 November, 10:00-16:00, Palmer building, Whiteknights campus Research colleagues are invited to attend an open day to learn how the University and Natural History Museum are aiming to develop...Read More >

Meteorology Fellowships Open Day

Brian Hoskins Building University of Reading, Earley Gate, Whiteknights Road, Reading

The University of Reading Meteorology Department is holding an open day for prospective fellowship applicants on Monday 7th November 2022. The open day will include: talks from senior faculty on the...Read More >

Extreme Science with Dr Nicola Fox

150 - LLT ICMA Centre

Join NASA’s chief scientist Dr Nicola Fox at the 10th Annual Edith Morley Seminar to uncover the secrets of the universe.

What really happened at COP28?

Sutcliffe Lecture Theatre Room GU01, Department of Meteorology, University of Reading, Whiteknights

The 28th Conference of Parties, COP28, is currently in full swing in Dubai. With heated debates on the phase out of fossil fuel and climate finance currently happening on the...Read More >