Climate change

Day of climate activities lined up at Cambridge Zero

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The university’s climate initiative is to host its first community day to showcase the work researchers do in the climate change arena.

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Disturbing the seabed could make climate change worse

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Disturbing the seabed could make climate change worse

A study published this month in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science reveals that disturbing the seabed, through activities such as trawling, could increase the scale and speed of climate … The post Disturbing the seabed could make climate change worse appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Council achieves silver Investors in Environment accreditation

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Council achieves silver Investors in Environment accreditation

Date:  Tue, 01/23/2024 Picture shows climate change officer Emma Danielsson holding the silver certificate. Behind her are swift boxes installed at The Grange to help support nature.

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The End We Start From author moved by film adaptation

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Megan Hunter’s 2017 novel is turned into a climate change survival film, starring Jodie Comer.

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Research Topics and Supervisors

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Please find below a list of research areas we would invite proposals to be submitted along with your application. Each supervisor provided some guidance on how to structure your research proposal, what questions should be addressed. AI/Data Ethics – Supervisor: Dr William Chan Hosting Department: Institute of Technology and Humanity, Leverhulme Centre for the Future…

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Symposium: Law of the Sea: Climate Change and Other Recent Developments

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This is an in-person event only. Registration This event, co-organized by the Lauterpacht Centre with the Institute of Juridical and Political Sciences at the University of Lisbon, will focus on important recent developments in the area of the law of the sea. This is a dynamically developing area of public international…

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Agenda and Attendees

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DRAFT AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE CAMBRIDGE PERMANENCE AND DURABILITY WORKSHOP: BRINGING SCIENCE AND CARBON MARKET POLICY TOGETHER DRAFT AGENDA AS OF JANUARY 5, 2024     Day 1: January 31 Time Element 08:30-09:00 Registration with coffee and pastries available 09:00-09:30 Setting the stage • Welcome and intros • Context for the next two days  …

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Agenda

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DRAFT AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE CAMBRIDGE PERMANENCE AND DURABILITY WORKSHOP: BRINGING SCIENCE AND CARBON MARKET POLICY TOGETHER DRAFT AGENDA AS OF JANUARY 5, 2024     Day 1: January 31 Time Element 08:30-09:00 Registration with coffee and pastries available 09:00-09:30 Setting the stage • Welcome and intros • Context for the next two days  …

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A Cambridge take on COP28: ‘Climate change commitments must be delivered at a local level’

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Antoinette Nestor’s personal experience of the climate change convention in Dubai.

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LCIL Friday Lecture: ‘Phasing Out Fossil Fuels under International Law: Why and How?’ – Prof Harro van Asselt, University of Cambridge

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This lecture is a hybrid event. There is a sandwich lunch at 12.30 pm in the Old Library at the Centre. All lecture attendees welcome. Register online Lecture summary: Lecture summary: At the most recent UN Climate Change Conference in Dubai, the fight over a fossil fuel phase-out took centre stage, resulting in a decision…

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