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Environment, Health and Development linked

Roger Few at the University of East Anglia is leading a new network focussing on the interconnections between environment and human health in the context of poverty and development faced by poorer or more marginalized regions and communities around the world ..more
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The climate change implications of Heathrow's third runway

"It is difficult to underestimate the impact this single decision will have not only on the UK?s greenhouse gas emissions, but also in undermining the UK?s hard-earned credibility as a nation at the vanguard of the international climate change agenda. If aviation emissions in 2050 will be no more than they were 2005 (as announced today by the Transport Secretary) then by 2050 the aviation sector will consume all of the UK?s permitted carbon budget" says Professor Kevin Anderson ..more
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Tyndall at the Poznan UN climate change meeting

Partner Universities, Sussex, Oxford, Cambridge, East Anglia and the EU ADAM project are participating in the climate change meeting in Poland 1-12 December. ..more
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EU emissions trading and aviation

The impact of the EU ETS on aviation emissions will be minimal unless it has an early baseline year and an overall cap in keeping with a cumulative emission pathway of 450ppmv ..more
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New power stations need an emissions standard

Jim Watson's, of Sussex University and the Tyndall Centre, new report is today featured by the Guardian newspaper ..more
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Polar warming caused by humans

Research led by UEA's Climatic Research Unit has demonstrated for the first time that human activity is responsible for significant warming in both polar regions ..more
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Times Educational best research project of the year awarded to Prof Tim Lenton

Tim Lenton won the prestigous THES award for his work on climate change tipping points published earlier this year

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