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UK Climate Resilience Embedded Researcher scheme: Phase 2 – Embedded Researchers

UK Climate Resilience Embedded Researcher scheme: Phase 2 – Embedded Researchers

In this second phase of the UK Climate Resilience Embedded Researcher scheme, UK Research & Innovation (UKRI) is inviting proposals from UK-based academic researchers to apply for placements at non-academic host organisations. Funding will be awarded as...

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Climate risk report gets high media profile

Climate risk report gets high media profile

Findings of the UK Climate Resilience Programme’s RESIL-RISK project have received comprehensive media coverage in the UK and internationally. A report, which revealed the biggest shift yet in the British public’s attitude to risks of...

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‘Biggest shift yet’ in British public’s attitude to risks of climate change

‘Biggest shift yet’ in British public’s attitude to risks of climate change

Britons believe climate change is one of the most important issues facing the country in the next 20 years, according to research led by Cardiff University. A wide-ranging survey examining social attitudes to the risks...

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New Met Office projects announced

New Met Office projects announced

The Met Office has commissioned new research as part of the SPF UK Climate Resilience programme, which is jointly led by UKRI and the Met Office. The new projects and the organisations delivering them are:...

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on “UK Climate Risk Assessment and Management” in Climate Risk Management

Call for Papers: Special Issue on “UK Climate Risk Assessment and Management” in Climate Risk Management

In order to feed new scientific evidence from UKCR to the Third Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA3), we have launched a call for papers on “UK Climate Risk Assessment and Management” for a Special Issue...

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UKCRP first newsletter published

UKCRP first newsletter published

The UK Climate Resilience Programme has published the first issue of its new quarterly newsletter. Newsletter contents: Three new funding opportunities available through the SPF UK Climate Resilience Programme (Living with Climate Uncertainty; Present and...

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UK Climate Resilience Programme holds Leeds workshop

UK Climate Resilience Programme holds Leeds workshop

The SPF UK Climate Resilience Programme held its first workshop on 14-15 November, bringing together representatives from 19 UKRI projects and four Met Office work themes. The two-day workshop, organised and hosted by the UKCRP...

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Three new research grant calls go live

Three new research grant calls go live

Three new funding opportunities are available for the UK Climate Resilience Programme, funded through the Strategic Priorities Fund (SPF) Wave 1. They are on: Living With Climate Uncertainty; Present and Future Climate Hazard; and Embedded...

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UK Climate Resilience town hall meeting: Supporting the AHRC-led call on Living with Uncertainty

UK Climate Resilience town hall meeting: Supporting the AHRC-led call on Living with Uncertainty

REMINDER: CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS TO ATTEND IS 17.00 WEDNESDAY 11 DECEMBER The UK Climate Resilience programme is a £18.6 million collaboration between UKRI and the Met Office which aims to draw together fragmented climate...

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How is the UK building the evidence for a climate resilient future?

How is the UK building the evidence for a climate resilient future?

Wednesday 4 December, 10.00 – 11.00, UK Pavilion, COP25, Madrid How is the UK building the evidence for a climate resilient future? Robust evidence that is aligned with policy and user need is vital to...

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What if we miss the target?

What if we miss the target?

Tuesday 3 December, 15.00-16.30, Room 6, UNFCCC Observer area, COP25, Madrid Join the live broadcast ​Key speakers: Valérie Masson-Delmotte (IPCC WG1 Co-Chair) Richard Betts (Met Office / University of Exeter) Ros Cornforth (Walker Institute, University...

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