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Last month, the Priestley International Centre for Climate was officially launched by Sir Alan Langlands, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds, with a special message from astronaut Piers Sellers. The centre aims to provide international solutions to the global problems raised by climate change and its impact on society and...

The good news about the healing of the ozone hole through the implementation of the Montreal Protocol has been hailed as a success story for global environmental agreements. Leeds researchers Anja Schmidt and Ryan Neely, who were a key part of the team, see encouraging signs in this blog for The...

Is the UK’s world-leading climate legislation as good as it should be? Priestley Centre member Kate Scott, winner of the Piers Sellers PhD Prize for exceptional climate research, and colleague Marco Sakai introduce a blog written for The Conversation that argues we need to up our game A major new climate...

Welcome to the live blog for Climate Question Time where we will be sharing insights from our panellists as they discuss whether there are achievable solutions for limiting climate impacts at the 1.5°C level. The event has been organised to mark the official launch of the Priestley International Centre for...