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Priestley Centre for Climate Futures: an open event


The Priestley Centre is entering an exciting phase of development as it becomes the Priestley Centre for Climate Futures. This transition will see the Priestley Centre take on an expanded remit, spanning research, innovation, collaboration on postgraduate education and knowledge exchange.     The Priestley Centre for Climate Futures will be one of four new Futures...

Building bridges to accelerate food systems transformation under climate change


To accelerate a transformation in food systems in response to climate change, there is an urgent need to bridge the gap between science and policy, and the food and climate communities. Clim-Eat was established as a ‘think and do tank’ for food and climate to address these gaps and serve as an effective bridge. In...

Value of 1.5 ambition for the GST – an interactive discussion


Join us for this interactive side event at the UNFCCC intersessionals in Bonn to hear the latest science on the value of the 1.5°C limit for the Global Stocktake’s main themes – mitigation, adaptation, and means of implementation. The event will explore cutting-edge research on 1.5-aligned pathways, the implications of overshooting, and the co-benefits and trade-offs of...

Radiocarbon – An essential dating method and a key tracer for studying the Earth system


The School of Mathematics within the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Leeds is pleased to present an inaugural lecture in mathematics by Professor Tim Heaton: “Radiocarbon – An essential dating method and a key tracer for studying the Earth system” The lecture is aimed at a broad scientific audience and...

Far Out in Three Dimensions: Solar Geoengineering and Security from the Middle of the USA


Solar geoengineering is our attempt to respond to a climate crisis that we are unwilling, due to the constraints of sovereignty, to respond to in any other way. The customary international law regime has failed us when it comes to climate, as the recent COP26 demonstrated. States are unable or unwilling to shoulder the cost...