Addressing the social, political and economic dimensions of climate change

The Priestley Centre brings together specialists in humanities, arts and social science with physical scientists to develop solutions that are informed by cultural, historical, and societal perspectives. By drawing on expertise in sociology, psychology, business, economics and politics, we ensure global climate solutions serve the needs of individual consumers and society while communicating the latest research to allow people to make informed decisions about their impact on future climate.

Research briefs
Communicating climate and weather risk
Low carbon action plans for climate smart cities