The following Seminars were presented in Spring/Summer 2016:

Date

Speaker

Title

Autumn 2016

7 Sept

Diarmuid Torney (Dublin City Uni) Climate politics in small European states: A comparison of climate laws in Ireland and Finland
14 Sept No Seminar Tyndall Assembly
21 Sept Sandra Bogelein (UEA-Tyndall) The social dilemma of climate change mitigation
28 Sept Friederike Otto (University of Oxford) Answering the attribution question while the world is listening - lessons learned and challenges
5 Oct Rachel Warren (UEA-Tyndall) Analysing impacts of Climate Change on Biodiversity: from Burning Embers to Cool Refugia
12 Oct Dario Kenner (Anglia Ruskin University) Carbon Inequality and the Richest 1%
19 Oct Cancelled  
26 Oct No seminar  
2 Nov Agnieszka Latawiec (International Inst of Sustainability, Brazil) Improving land use in Brazil by bridging soil and social sciences
9 Nov Charlie Wilson (UEA-Tyndall) Energy Transitions: Speeds, Characteristics, and the Benefits of Granularity
16 Nov Cancelled  
23 Nov Moderated by Bob Woolliams (UEA-Tyndall) Discussion on New Tyndall Centre Website (only for Tyndall affiliates)
30 Nov Not4Experts: Andrew Kythreotis (Cardiff Uni) Reimagining the urban as a dystopic resilient space: scalar materialities in climate knowledge, planning and politics
7 Dec Felipe Colon Gonzalez (ENV) What next?: Statistical projections of Zika infections after the epidemic in Latin America and the Caribbean
14 Dec tbc tbc

 

Date

Speaker

Title

Spring 2016

20 Jan Camila Gramkow (ENV) Competitive and green? Impacts of green technologies in developing countries
27 Jan Cancelled  
Thurs, 4 Feb Endre Tvinnereim (University of Bergen) Empirical record of emissions under cap-and-trade and public understanding of climate solutions using open-ended survey questions
10 Feb Alberto Troccoli (ENV) European Climatic Energy Mixes: a Climate Service for the Energy Sector 
Thurs, 11 Feb, 4-5pm, TPSC 0.1

David McCollum (IIASA - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis)

Sustainable energy scenarios for the 21st century – the role of systems analysis
17 Feb Phil Goodwin (University of Southampton) Predicting future warming from cumulative carbon emissions using theory, observations and a new ultra-fast climate model
24 Feb

Christina Demski and Stuart Capstick (Cardiff University)

Personal experience of extreme weather affects attitudes towards climate change… but how does that help with developing public engagement?

2 Mar Paul Tobin (University of York) The Impact of the Financial Crisis upon European Union Climate Policy
9 Mar Farooq Ullah The Roles and Opportunities for Research in the Implementation of the SDGs
Easter break    
13 Apr Brendan Moore (ENV) The political effects of climate policy: Exploring policy feedback from the EU Emissions Trading System
20 Apr Jordan Harold (PSY, UEA) Graphics of climate change data: insights from psychological science to improve their accessibility to stakeholders
27 April No talk  
4 May No talk  
11 May Asher Minns (TYN, UEA) Future Earth and what it might do for you
18 May Nick Muller (Middlebury College, US) Implications of pollution damage for measures of output, growth and policy analysis
25 May Zhu Liu (Harvard University) A different way of looking at China's carbon emissions
1 June Cancelled  
8 June Cancelled  
15 June Tobias Nielsen, Lund University (Sweden) Words Matter in the Woods: Discourses on Deforestation in Global Climate Politics
22 June Peng Wang (Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, Chinese Academy of Sciences Impacts of carbon trading scheme on air pollutant emissions in Guangdong Province of China
29 June No talk  
6 July David Warrilow OBE, Former Head of Science at UK DECC The Long Road to Paris - How the Climate Change Agreement was made