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The online conference experience: A world of ideas (from my spare room)

The online conference experience: A world of ideas (from my spare room)

By Dr Freya Garry, Met Office After excitedly submitting an abstract in January to attend my favourite conference, the world changed in ways that those of us who don’t study pandemics never really contemplated before....

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Embedded research offers all-round benefits

Embedded research offers all-round benefits

Twenty four organisations are participating in a call for UK-based academic researchers to apply for  29 funded placements with them on proposals to address aspects of climate resilience.  Host organisations for the UK Climate Resilience Embedded Researcher scheme range from Anglian Water to the Church of England, along...

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Public opinion on climate change is up but let’s not forget lessons from the past

Public opinion on climate change is up but let’s not forget lessons from the past

Public opinion on climate change is shifting but to keep it at the top of the political and public agenda will require a sustained effort for decades to come, says Adam Corner In Britain, we...

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SPF UKCRP Leeds workshop: a personal view

SPF UKCRP Leeds workshop: a personal view

Rachel Perks, who works on Climate Services at the Met Office, gave us her take on the recent SPF UKCRP workshop held in Leeds A workshop was led by the SPF UK Climate Resilience Programme...

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Flood defences simply aren’t good enough – here’s what needs to be done

Flood defences simply aren’t good enough – here’s what needs to be done

Liz Sharp, University of Sheffield When even Boris Johnson, the UK’s Conservative prime minister, interprets severe flooding as a probable consequence of climate change, it’s a sign that everyone is recognising that the weather is...

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