ClimateUEA NEWS AND EVENTS
Short-distance migration critical for climate change adaptation
Short-distance migration is crucial for climate change adaptation, according to new research from the University of East Anglia.
UEA research cited in new US national strategy
Work from UEA has been used by the world’s biggest economy to produce a new national strategy that puts nature on the country’s balance sheet.
From plastic roads to recycled clothes: UEA’s Earthshot Prize 2023 submissions
UEA is once again one of the world leading organisations to nominate for the £1m Earthshot Prize, with the ClimateUEA putting forward four innovative new ideas...
Climate change champions needed for UEA’s Civic Charter project
The University of East Anglia is holding a free, public event about climate change on Wednesday 8 March to help inform its new Civic Charter.
New research to be presented on sustainable concrete made from seashells
Findings from a major project to develop a sustainable drainage concrete - made from seashells - will be presented at an event this month.
Building higher islands could save the Maldives from sea-level rise, says study
Artificially raising island heights or building completely new higher islands have been proposed as solutions to sea-level rise in the Maldives and other...
RRS Sir David Attenborough begins polar science trials in Antarctica
Researchers from the University of East Anglia have joined the UK’s new polar ship RRS Sir David Attenborough as it begins its polar science trials in Antarctica...
UEA praised for 'outstanding' work on climate research
Sir James Bevan, Chief Executive of the Environment Agency, praised UEA’s outstanding work on climate research and highlighted the need to focus on climate...
2022 sixth warmest year on record for global temperature
Globally 2022 was the sixth warmest year in a series stretching back to 1850, according to figures released today by the Met Office and University of East Anglia.
Study identifies new cause of melting Antarctic ice shelves
Researchers have discovered a process that can contribute to the melting of ice shelves in the Antarctic.
Countries bet on forests and soils to reach net-zero
New research by the University of East Anglia highlights the risks of countries relying on nature-based solutions to achieve net-zero.
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