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Emily Shuckburgh
Climate scientist and mathematician. Director, Cambridge Zero, University of Cambridge
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Tony Eva Jan 22
Attention climate peeps! Great lineup announced for ! In Cambridge? Book yourselves some free tickets! Outside Cambridge? Diary the dates, watch the livestream and engage on social media !
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Environment & Energy Cambridge Jan 22
Are you a problem solver who thrives on challenge? Do you care about the environment? Do you want to take action on climate change? Take part in the Cambridge Carbon Challenge! Sign up to the launch event here:
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Anthony Hobley Jan 20
by 2050! Now the bar has been raised! 's goal is to implement the transition across heavy industry & transport See
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Michael Meredith Jan 14
The sky night last was unreal. Antarctica often feels like another planet; never more so than when it looks like this...
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Cambridge University Jan 8
Why is there such heated debate around eating beef, despite its clear climate impact? Researchers from , and discuss the issues:
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Simon Lewis Dec 28
Replying to @RHarrabin
I see that Moore’s ghosts of Christmas past have had a go at journalist . In my dealings with him he’s a very straightforward journalist, doing a great job reporting on the environment, without fear or favour. Roger’s work *is* how to do science news reporting.
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Simon Lewis Dec 28
I see that are back to their default awful false balance with Charles Moore filling his guest editorship with anti-climate science coal-mine owning Mat Ridley, then on Monday we’ll have . One more time - that’s how not to do science reporting.
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Emily Shuckburgh Dec 21
Ladybird book on advent DAY 21: In Nature there is no waste. In same way, a circular economy would see everything we presently dispose of as a resource with which to make new products. Want to know more? Buy the book! All royalties go to charity.
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Emily Shuckburgh Dec 20
Ladybird book on advent DAY 20: Soils = vast carbon store. Protect peatland & increase soil carbon/prevent degradation through climate-friendly farming methods. Want to know more? Buy the book! All royalties go to charity.
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Emily Shuckburgh Dec 20
Ladybird book on advent DAY 19: Stopping deforestation & restoring natural forests is important for limiting climate change. Agroforestry can also help protect forests & food supplies. Want to know more? Buy the book! All royalties go to charity.
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Environment & Energy Cambridge Dec 20
Our December Greenlines newsletter is here! Read about the plan for wildflowers on an iconic Cambridge lawn, three charts that show what's in our waste, and Michelin-starred sustainable food...
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Robert Larter Dec 20
Antarctic deep-field travel the way small fields parties have been doing it for decades - Nansen sledge with pyramid tent lying across the top of boxes of supplies and samples, towed by ski-doo. Heroic stuff in the cause of science.
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Bank of England Dec 18
Climate change poses a risk to the stability of the UK’s financial system. To ensure firms are prepared, we will carry out a climate stress test in 2021. Read about our plans and tell us what you think:
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Emily Shuckburgh Dec 18
Deadline for application for funded place on PhD programme & in application of to the study of environmental risks is **7th Jan 2020**! For more information see:
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Emily Shuckburgh Dec 18
Watch 'Glacier Shallap – Or the Sad Tale of a Dying Glacier', a new film from and , exploring glacial retreat in Peru through creative storytelling
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Hay Festival Dec 18
Our latest film is OUT NOW... Glacier Shallap – Or the Sad Tale of a Dying Glacier was created by and Erika Stockholm to explore glacial retreat in Peru, merging climate science with storytelling. Watch the full film:
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The Royal Society Dec 17
Mary Cartwright FRS, the trailblazing mathematician, one of the founders of chaos theory and one of the first women to become a Fellow of the Society was born in 1900.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Dec 17
Preliminary results suggest that the 17th December was Australia's hottest day on record at 40.9 ºC, with the average maximum across the country as a whole, exceeding the previous record of 40.3 ºC on the 7th January 2013.
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Royal Met. Society Dec 18
Do you have the skills we need? Apply for our new Science Engagement Manager role at
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CONSTRAIN Dec 18
Looks like an excellent read, with some design ideas we can use in our next report?? In the meantime for more on the remaining carbon budget visit to access the first Zero In report on and near term warming
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