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Grant to understand future impacts on the atmosphere

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Grant to understand future impacts on the atmosphere

A new project to improve scientists understanding of the impact of space weather and climate change on the atmosphere starts this month (January 2022). A team from British Antarctic Survey, … The post Grant to understand future impacts on the atmosphere appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Our libraries: transforming

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Our libraries: transforming

Shorthand Story:  tBTxSVFzRv Shorthand Story Head:  Our libraries: transforming Shorthand Story Body:  Menu Foreword Hawking Darwin Pandemic Recovery Public Engagement Events Digital Library Google Arts Accessibility Philanthropy & Friends Community Spirit Research Partners Elsevier Financial Information LinkedInTwitterFacebook Our libraries: transforming Cambridge University Libraries Annual Review 2020-21 Foreword by Dr Jessica Gardner, Cambridge University Librarian It’s…

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LCIL Friday Lecture: ‘Current issues in International Climate Law: The Paris Agreement and Beyond’ – Prof Christina Voigt, University of Oslo

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Lecture details to follow. Dr Christina Voigt is Professor of Law at the University of Oslo, Norway. She is an internationally renowned expert in international environmental law and teaches, speaks and publishes widely on legal issues of climate change, environmental multilateralism and sustainability. From 2009-2018, she worked as principal legal adviser for the Government of…

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The Cinema as “Time-Capsule”: Using Film to Capture Vanishing Worlds

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The Cinema as “Time-Capsule”: Using Film to Capture Vanishing Worlds

The Cinema as “Time-Capsule”: Using Film to Capture Vanishing Worlds mjw205 Wed, 24/11/2021 – 17:06 At the beginning of the twentieth century, filmmakers and scientists saw in cinema the potential to permanently capture the natural world. Today, global concern for disappearing habitats, landscapes and species owes much to high-profile documentaries. Young people, moreover, often experience…

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ChemSoc recruits outstanding speaker line-up

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ChemSoc recruits outstanding speaker line-up

The ChemSoc Committee courtesy Department of Chemistry photography Thursday, November 11, 2021 The University Chemical Society, better known as ChemSoc, started Michaelmas term with a figurative bang by recruiting a Nobel laureate to speak. Nobel prize winner M. Stanley Whittingham, who is known for his role in the development of lithium-ion batteries, spoke at the…

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Cold comfort: Arctic seabirds find refugia from climate change and potential competition in marginal ice zones and fjords

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The post Cold comfort: Arctic seabirds find refugia from climate change and potential competition in marginal ice zones and fjords appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Research Associate in Company Law and Administrative Law and Governance (Hughes Hall)

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Hughes Hall intends to establish a major new research initiative in Climate Law and Governance in conjunction with its Centre for Climate Engagement. This includes two stipendiary senior research or post-doctoral positions to pursue research on law and climate change. The first position will have a focus on UK company law…

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Act now to ensure buildings are both net zero carbon and adaptable to a changing climate, Cambridge researchers argue

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Act now to ensure buildings are both net zero carbon and adaptable to a changing climate, Cambridge researchers argue

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Universities Network: COP26 Images of Innovation Exhibition

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Universities Network: COP26 Images of Innovation Exhibition

The Innovation Showcase explains how innovative science and technology is helping or, in future, could substantially help the goals of COP26 and of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, enabling adaptation to climate change or informing action related to climate change. The post Universities Network: COP26 Images of Innovation Exhibition appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Call for registrations: Conference on Climate Change, the SDGs and the Law

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Are you interested in law, policy, the environment, development & climate change? Would you like to learn about COP26 & how legal & policy innovation can help implement the Paris Agreement? Are you ready to build global career & scholarly networks for the SDGs? If so, please register now for Climate Change…

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