We exist in a complex ecosystem and policy solutions for problems like climate change need a systemic approach, writes Ecologist Professor Tom Oliver for the Cabinet Office’s Systems Thinking blog.
Meteorology Monday Seminars Laurent Terray, CERFACS: Attribution of Recent Changes in European Temperature Revisited
Economics External Seminar Arlan Brucal, Grantham Research Institute for Climate Change and the Environment – Title TBC
From coronavirus to carbon storage, Reading climate scientists invited local school children to ask them anything on 13 March for British Science Week. Here are some of the burning questions…Read More >
Meteorology Tuesday Seminars Stephen Burt: 200 Years of Thunderstorms in Oxford
Warmer, less dense air and weaker winds thanks to climate change result in more difficult take-offs for aeroplanes – and that means carrying fewer passengers for the same amount of…Read More >
When we stop seeing ourselves as powerless individuals and consider ourselves part of a collective, we can tackle the climate crisis, says Professor Tom Oliver in a recent post for…Read More >
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 >
Extreme weather events may be becoming more frequent, but at least we’re getting better at forecasting them. Professor Hannah Cloke contributes to a round-up of some good news stories about…Read More >
Even brief hot spells can damage seed quality – with implications for future food security, writes Professor of Agriculture Richard Ellis in The Conversation.