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Record low Antarctic sea ice ‘extremely unlikely’ without climate change

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Record low Antarctic sea ice ‘extremely unlikely’ without climate change

Scientists at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have found that the record-low levels of sea ice around Antarctica in 2023 were extremely unlikely to happen without the influence of climate … The post Record low Antarctic sea ice ‘extremely unlikely’ without climate change appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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CEENRG Thursday seminars: ‘Debt-for-climate swap: An innovative climate finance mechanism’

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Speaker: Erik Grigoryan (Special Envoy of Armenia on Debt-for-Climate negotiations Founder & CEO, Environment Group) The Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy, and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG) is hosting a seminar series throughout the 2023- 24 academic year. The challenge of climate change requires…

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Zhang appointed Assistant Professor in Materials Chemistry

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Zhang appointed Assistant Professor in Materials Chemistry

Assistant Professor Jenny Zhang at Corpus Christi College, courtesy Nathan Pitt Thursday, April 25, 2024 Dr Jenny Zhang has been appointed as Assistant Professor in Materials Chemistry, with effect from 1 July 2024. Zhang is currently a BBSRC David Philips Research fellow with a well-established group. She has a wide range of research interests, including…

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Global Leadership in the Age of Turbulence

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Global Leadership  in the Age of Turbulence

Shorthand Story:  8fiDSyx2w8 Shorthand Story Head:  Global Leadership in the Age of Turbulence Shorthand Story Body:  Global Leadership in the Age of Turbulence Foreword Recommendation 1: Accelerating Innovation Recommendation 2: New Economic Thinking Recommendation 3: Engaging and Activating Citizens Recommendation 4: Global Governance Recommendation 5: New Approaches to Decision-Making Conclusions for Leadership Read the full…

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Law in Focus: ‘Does the European Court of Human Rights dictate climate policy?’ – Stefan Theil

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On 9th April 2024 the European Court of Human Rights delivered Grand Chamber rulings in three cases relating to climate change: Carême v France Duarte Agostinho and Others v Portugal and 32 Others Verein KlimaSeniorinnen Schweiz and Others v Switzerland In this video, Dr Stefan Theil discusses the extent to which the ECHR is prepared…

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Chair in Emerging Technologies supports solar-driven research

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Chair in Emerging Technologies supports solar-driven research

Professor Erwin Reisner, courtesy Cambridge Festival Monday, March 18, 2024 Professor Erwin Reisner has been awarded a prestigious Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Emerging Technologies. The £2.5million award will enable Reisner and his team to focus on their ten-year mission to develop solar chemical technologies to enable lab-to-market transition, a crucial step in the…

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Reisner Open Day Lecture 16 March 12:15 & 2:45pm

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Reisner Open Day Lecture 16 March 12:15 & 2:45pm

Professor Erwin Reisner, courtesy Cambridge Festival Thursday, March 14, 2024 Professor Erwin Reisner will show how his group is developing ways to turn carbon dioxide, biomass and plastic waste into precious resources to underpin a solar-powered economy at his Open Day lectures in the Wolfson Theatre on Saturday 16 March. In “Capturing sunlight for a…

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CEENRG Thursday seminars: ‘Green discontent in the periphery: Exploring the multifaceted attitudes to climate policies’

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Speaker: Théodore Tallent (PhD Candidate, Sciences Po | Visiting Researcher, CEENRG) The Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy, and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG) is hosting a seminar series throughout the 2023- 24 academic year. With the climate crisis calling for more stringent policies, the green transition…

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How do we evaluate the contribution of anthropogenic climate change to sea level rise from Antarctica?

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The post How do we evaluate the contribution of anthropogenic climate change to sea level rise from Antarctica? appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Southern Ocean food-webs and climate change: A short review and future directions

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The post Southern Ocean food-webs and climate change: A short review and future directions appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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