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Global warming

1.5 Degree Challenge

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1.5 Degree Challenge

The IPCC special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5 °C highlighted that global emissions of greenhouse gases need to reduce to net zero by 2050 if we …

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‘It’s time to focus on near-term collapses’, says Cambridge climate expert

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ARU study: ‘The science of global warming has failed spectacularly to emotionally connect with much of society’

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‘We had death threats’ – Scientists say UEA climate email leak scandal has helped global warming fight

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A decade ago Norfolk was at the heart of a global scientific scandal which could have had serious implications in the fight against climate change. But those at its heart believe it was a blessing in disguise. Bethany Whymark reports.

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Welcoming two new members of staff

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Welcoming two new members of staff

Image: Department of Chemistry Photography Wednesday, October 2, 2019 We are welcoming two alumni – Alex Forse and Alex Thom – who have just become members of our academic staff. Dr Alexander Forse (pictured right) joins as a lecturer in Materials Chemistry. Alex comes to us from the University of California at Berkeley where he…

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First evidence of human-caused climate change melting the West Antarctic Ice Sheet

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First evidence of human-caused climate change melting the West Antarctic Ice Sheet

New study reveals the first evidence of a direct link between human-induced global warming and melting of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.

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Into the stratosphere

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Into the stratosphere

Whether you want to predict the Earth’s climate or forecast its daily weather, you need to understand the behaviour of the fluids that make up atmosphere and oceans. Professor Peter Haynes of the Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics Group at DAMTP is one of the mathematicians who provide this crucial understanding. His work in the field has recently…

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