ClimateUEA NEWS AND EVENTS
UEA’s Enterprise Centre showcased at COP26 as one of the world’s most sustainable buildings
The Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia will feature in an exhibition at COP26, as one of the most exemplary sustainable building projects in the...
Global carbon emissions rebound close to pre-Covid levels
Global carbon emissions in 2021 are set to rebound close to pre-Covid levels, according to the Global Carbon Project.
'Trade-offs' between wellbeing and resilience
A new study involving researchers at UEA says wellbeing and resilience to environmental changes don’t always go hand in hand.
Reviews highlight consequences of failing to tackle climate change
A set of scientific reviews published today reinforces the urgent need for global action to reduce the impact of climate change on vital carbon sinks, our oceans...
Dr Nem Vaughan awarded Philip Leverhulme prize
The prestigious award recognises outstanding researchers.
Vattenfall partnership to unlock benefits of offshore wind to the region
The University of East Anglia (UEA) and Vattenfall have announced a partnership that will place the East of England at the forefront of the offshore wind...
UEA part of international team measuring how the Arctic responds to climate change
Researchers at the University of East Anglia have helped develop a new way to measure how Arctic plants respond to climate change.
Government boosts UK resilience against climate change
New research to step up the UK’s resilience to the impacts of climate change, such as flooding, heatwaves and extreme weather storms, is made possible by the...
The impact of climate change on Kenya's Tana River Basin
Many species within Kenya’s Tana River Basin will be unable to survive if global temperatures continue to rise as they are on track to do – according to new...
Global satellite data shows clouds will amplify global heating
A new approach to analyse satellite measurements of Earth’s cloud cover reveals that clouds are very likely to enhance global heating, according to a new...
Atmospheric acidity impacts oceanic ecology
Increased acidity in the atmosphere is disrupting the ecological balance of the oceans, according to new research led by the University of East Anglia (UEA).
Deforestation threatens one of the world’s largest eagles
One of the world’s largest and most endangered eagle species face further risk from rainforest destruction, new research from the University of East Anglia (UEA)...
A diverse range of interdisciplinary research takes place across ClimateUEA. Read about some of the exciting projects we are working on below.
UEA has pioneered climate research for nearly 50 years. Our Climatic Research Unit and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research have both broken new ground in understanding the global climate system and its implications for society, and continue to do so. Read more about the global impact that UEA climate research has made in this field since 1972.
In this critical climate decade for our planet, our world-leading climate experts collaborate and innovate to provide the vital research, solutions and insight needed to understand and minimise humankind’s impact on Earth’s climate and ecosystems.
Here, you can discover more about some of our pioneering climate change researchers and their latest projects, impact and ground-breaking work.
Collaboration is at the heart of ClimateUEA. Bringing together different expertise and perspectives, we work with our colleagues and partners as a multidisciplinary team to monitor the Earth’s climate and tackle the impact of climate change.