26 January 2017
The 2017 Climate Change Seminar Series kicked off in January with a talk on how understanding earth’s “vital signs” could aid efforts to adapt to, and mitigate, climate change.
21 January 2017
In recent years we have seen weather records being broken more and more often with severe heatwaves, floods and other extreme weather around the world.
20 October 2016
The Paris Agreement has been hailed as a major step in global climate change mitigation efforts, but how can different levels of governance work together to make the promises of Paris a reality? CSaP held a Policy Workshop bringing together climate specialists to discuss this question.
12 May 2016
Earlier this month, a group of experts from the University of Cambridge convened a one-day seminar to discuss river and coastal flooding in the UK, and how to manage risks and improve resilience in flood-prone communities.
4 February 2016
In the first seminar of this series, CSaP Visiting Research Fellow, Professor Charles Kennel introduced two speakers who shared their thoughts on how Paris 2015 had changed the landscape and rhetoric surrounding climate change.
12 January 2016
CSaP Policy Fellows met at the Institute for Contemporary Arts to reflect on the important policy issues of 2015 and those emerging for 2016.
4 November 2015
Extreme heatwaves could create conditions in several Middle Eastern cities that would exceed the threshold of what human beings can endure.
13 July 2015
Should the risks of climate change be assessed in the same way as risks to national security or public health? Download our new report here
18 June 2015
The Centre for Science and Policy is delighted to welcome Professor Jatin Nathwani as a Visiting Research Fellow in July 2015.
23 April 2015
A discussion on the multiple dimensions of climate change with a particular focus on the incorporation of the humanities featured three engaging speakers from backgrounds in both academia and the private sector. The session was chaired by Professor James Wilsdon, a lecturer in science policy at the University of Sussex.