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Dr Chetan Deva, Research Fellow in the School of Earth and Environment, shares his experience of the Priestley Innovation Fellowship Applied science projects tend to be highly goal oriented. Product development is the priority, and training focuses on areas that help to push this forward. Within this context, innovation is...

A blog written by Cathryn Birch, John Marsham, and Sarah Chapman Climate change has already increased global temperatures, greatly increasing extremes. This will continue unless greenhouse gas emissions are reduced to “net-zero”. The 1.5°C target of the Paris Agreement requires emissions reductions of around 50% in the next 10 years....

A blog post by postgraduate researcher Max Callaghan Limiting global warming to 1.5℃ above pre-industrial levels requires reaching net zero emissions by the middle of this century. This means that, in less than three decades, we need to reverse more than a century of rising emissions and bring annual emissions...

Research is at the heart of understanding and combatting climate change. But is this knowledge reaching those in government and elsewhere who need to act? Dr Dhanush Dinesh thinks not. This is why he set up Clim-Eat, an organisation that aims to connect science and policy around climate change and...