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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...

This is a transcript of the speech that Professor John Marsham gave to the Leeds Youth Climate Strike in September 2021. I’m here for two reasons today. Firstly, I’m a climate scientist at the University of Leeds and I’ve been asked to say a few words about the new report...

Transformation of African weather services is achievable in the next five years if the right action is taken, according to a new paper from the GCRF African SWIFT project. Improved forecasting is important in Africa, where many people’s lives and livelihoods are closely associated with the weather. Areas including agriculture,...

In November 2020, the UK was due to host the United Nations climate change conference, known as COP26, which is now postponed to 2021 due to COVID-19. As well as being the largest summit ever hosted in the UK, it has been described as the most important gathering on climate...

The Climate Communication Project brought together leading academics and practitioners to take stock of what they know about public engagement with climate change in the UK, and how to communicate about it in the most effective way. Led by the Priestley Centre’s director, Prof Piers Forster, the Climate Communication Project...