Climate change, risk & resilience

A major theme of CSaP's work has been on climate and cities, with a particular focus on how cities can adapt in response to changing futures.

Climate Change- Risk & Resilience

The Policy Year in Review

CSaP Policy Fellows met at the Institute for Contemporary Arts to reflect on the important policy issues of 2015 and those emerging for 2016.

Climate Change- Risk & Resilience

Time to ditch the 2 degree warming goal?

In the first of the Climate and Sustainability in Multiple Dimensions seminar series, an enthusiastic audience gathered to hear Professor Charlie Kennel and Professor Susan Owens discuss whether ...

Climate Change- Risk & Resilience

CSaP Annual Conference 2012: Risk and uncertainty

On 8 March 2012 – the very day that the BBC declared that solar storms threatened to “wreak havoc with satellites or power grids” – many of the ...

Climate Change- Risk & Resilience

Has climate change become an existential threat?

In the final climate seminar of the 2017 series, Veerabhadran Ramanathan, Professor of Atmospheric and Climate Sciences at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, explains we may be ...

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Climate Change- Risk & Resilience

CRASSH Biodiversity Workshop

Report of the two day Biodiversity Knowledge Politics workshop jointly hosted by CSaP and CRASSH