Tag Archives: Tyndall Centre

Event Report: Changing Institutions and these children that you spit on…

Anything blog about an event with change in the title twice (“Changing Institutions in a Changing Climate”) needs to start with this; Audley Genus is a professor of innovation and technology management at Kingston Business School, Kingston University.  He straddles … Continue reading

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“Does Local #Climate Information Stimulate Action?” Probably Not…. Tyndall Centre

For these individuals, hearing about likely local impacts of climate change was demotivating. Instead of spurring action, hearing the local projections about increased flooding and other likely local outcomes made self-enhancing people care less than their similar self-transcendent value oriented … Continue reading

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Upcoming Event: Low-Carbon Energy Trajectories #manchester #climate Weds June 12 #Tyndall

Wednesday 12th June 3.30pm ‘From Here to 2050: Low-Carbon Energy System Trajectories for the UK’ by Professor Paul Ekins, Director of the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources at University College London on (room C1, George Begg Building, Sackville Street). From … Continue reading

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Kevin Anderson: “From Rhetoric to Reality” #Manchester #climate #adaptation

On Wednesday 22nd May, Professor Kevin Anderson will be addressing the Economy Scrutiny Committee of Manchester City Council on the subject of steady state economics. The meeting is open to the public (no need to book!) and starts at 10am. … Continue reading

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Kevin Anderson: “why the near-collapse of Europe’s carbon-trading scheme could be good for reducing emissions” #Manchester #climate

Professor Kevin Anderson of the Tyndall Centre will be addressing the Economy Scrutiny Committee of Manchester City Council on Weds May 22nd at 10am. That will take place at Manchester Town Hall, and you don’t need a ticket or anything … Continue reading

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Upcoming Event: The Sustainability of Bioenergy #manchester #climate Mon 18 March

Monday 18th March 2013 4pm to 5pm C 5.1 Ellen Wilkinson Building By Dr Patricia Thornley, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of Manchester Bioenergy has a significant role to play as part of the UK’s renewable energy future.  … Continue reading

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Professor Kevin Anderson joins 21st century! Website, twitter!! #manchester #climate @KevinClimate

Professor Kevin Anderson – who will be speaking to the Economy Scrutiny Committee of Manchester City Council on Weds May 22nd – has dragged himself kicking and screaming into the 21st century. This below just landed in the MCFly inbox, … Continue reading

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Science speaks to democracy on #climate, or, “Manchester’s climate Wake Up Call” #manchester #mcc #acertainfuture

Climate scientist Kevin Anderson talks to Manchester’s full council about turning climate rhetoric into reality, steady state and why it’s too late in the day to be pinning our hopes on technologies  Weds Jan 30: Kevin Anderson, professor of energy … Continue reading

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Newsflash: Professor Kevin Anderson scheduled to address #Manchester City Council on #climate change, Weds 30th Jan

Climate expert Professor Kevin Anderson (1) will address the elected members of Manchester City Council at a meeting next Wednesday, 30th of January. According to the agenda (see below), Professor Anderson will be speaking in the Great Hall of Manchester … Continue reading

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#Manchester Tyndall articles about shipping, #aviation and #climate by Prof Kevin Anderson and Dr Alice Bows

Last week Professor Kevin Anderson sent out the following email. Please find links to three (open access) pieces Alice Bows and I have recently had published: 1) a paper on shipping, 2) a commentary on aviation, and 3) a Tyndall … Continue reading

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