The following Seminars were presented previously:

Date

Speaker

Title

Spring 2019  

23 Jan

Simon Pirani, Oxford Inst Energy Studies Understanding fossil fuel consumption growth: why history matters
30 Jan No seminar  
6 Feb

Jon Oldfield, Uni of Birmingham *

Soviet climate science and its intellectual legacies
13 Feb Mark Tebboth, Tyndall UEA tbc
20 Feb Pierre Bocquillon (UEA PPL) & Brendan Moore (UEA ENV)

European Union climate and energy policy: The Challenge of ramping up ambition

27 Feb Jenny Fairbrass, Tyndall UEA Exploring the role of policy entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship in ‘strange bedfellow coalitions’: reinterpreting EU-ETS reform through discursive institutionalism
6 Mar No seminar  
13 Mar Pan He, Uni of Maryland Environmental impacts of changing dietary quality: case of China and the United States
20 Mar Zhifu Mi, UCL China’s carbon emissions in the new development phase
27 Mar

Emilie Vrain, Tyndall UEA

 

Emma Cassar, Tyndall UEA

Who’s influencing who? Communication on Smart Homes, Car Sharing and Digital Farmers Markets

 

Less ownership more usership: the end of car ownership

3 Apr Andy Jordan, Tyndall UEA Brexit and beyond: the environmental dimension

 

Date

Speaker

Title

Autumn 2018  

26 Sept

Co-hosted with DEV

Prakash Kashwan, Uni of Connecticut Governing the Climate in an Era of Inequalities
3 Oct Warren Pearce, Uni of Sheffield Climate scientists on Twitter: changing norms of transparency and objectivity
17 Oct Hazel Pettifor, TYN ‘Low carbon innovations’ - what is their mass market appeal?
24 Oct, Co-hosted with Water Security Research Centre Mark New, Uni of Cape Town The role of climate change in exacerbating the risk of drought: the case of the Cape Town water crisis
31 Oct Tim Rayner, TYN Assessing the adequacy of the global climate governance complex après Paris — a sectoral perspective
7 Nov Rachel  Warren, TYN The IPCC SR1.5 and its approval session
14 Nov, Webinar Christina Demski, Cardiff Uni Public perceptions of energy security and low-carbon energy transitions across Europe
21 Nov Portia Williams, Uni of Cape Town How vulnerability of smallholder production systems to changing climate has been assessed in Africa: A systematic review over the last decade
28 Nov Wouter Poortinga, Cardiff Uni, Via webinar European Attitudes to Climate Change and Energy
5 Dec Dabo Guan, TYN tbc
12 Dec Corrine Le Quere, TYN The Global Carbon Budget 2018 and what is happening at COP 24 in Poland?

 

Date

Speaker

Title

Spring/Summer 2018  
18 Apr Lorraine Whitmarsh,  Cardiff Uni (webinar) Accelerating social transitions [to a below 2°C climate]
25 Apr

Charlie Wilson

Tyndall Centre, UEA

A Low Energy Demand Scenario Meeting the 1.5°C Climate Target and Sustainable Development Goals Without Negative Emission Technologies
2 May

Zhu Liu,

Tyndall Centre, UEA

The globalized carbon emission, air pollution and sustainability
9 May

Simon de Stercke

Imperial College London

Dynamics of the urban water-energy nexus
23 May * Jan-Christoph Rogge, University of Sussex Imaginaries and framings around electric vehicles in Germany and the UK
30 May Cancelled Cancelled
6 June Corinne Le Quere and Naomi Vaughan, Tyndall Centre, UEA Pathways to mitigating climate change and meet the objectives of the Paris Agreement
13 June, ZICER 0.01, 3.30 pm * Benjamin Sovacool, Sussex Accelerating Energy and Low-carbon Transitions
4 July Rachel Warren, Tyndall Centre, UEA How much difference does half a degree of global warming make for humans and ecosystems?
11 July Cancelled  

 

Date

Speaker

Title

Spring 2018
17 Jan Rosalind Bark (UEA ENV) The Colorado River Restoration Pulse Flow
24 Jan Tim Rayner (UEA TYN) Learning from Boundary Work? The Evolving UK Government Approach to Communicating Climate Change
31 Jan Nans Addor (UEA CRU) Ensemble simulations in hydrology to anticipate future changes in streamflow
7 Feb, Zicer 0.02, 4 pm Ece Ozdemiroglu (eftec) Working Beyond Frontiers: Being transdiciplinary in a changing climate

 

 

Date

Speaker

Title

Autumn 2017  

4 Oct

 

Margaret Angula

 

Kwesi Quagraine

Temitope Egbiyi

(Uni of Cape Town)

Intersectional analysis to understanding adaptive capacity of the three ethnic groups in Omusati Region, North-Central Namibia

Co-behaviour of climate processes

Investigating the projected impact of climate departure on crop yield over West Africa

11 Oct Gina Ziervogel, Uni of Cape Town The case for inclusive governance: Empowering the urban poor to adapt to climate variability
18 Oct Asher Minns, UEA What is a Tyndall Centre Executive Director and what do you want him to do for you?
25 Oct Vitty Danino, Anglian Water Research Centre Anglia Centre for Water Studies Year One, What Next?
1 Nov Jordan Harold, UEA IPCC Authors Graphics Guidance
8 Nov Rachel Warren, UEA The HELIX project, High-End Climate Impacts and eXtremes
15 Nov John Axsen, Simon Fraser Uni, Canada Making electric mobility happen: Insights from a reflexive, multi-method research program
22 Nov, Zicer 0.01 Corinne Le Quere, UEA The Global Carbon Budget 2017
29 Nov Cancelled  
06 Dec Jo Clarke, UEA Is it like today? Why cities in the past were either resilient or vulnerable to climate change