Our collaborators in research, teaching and outreach
Cambridge Climate: Partners across the University
- Climate science, both in advanced modelling and in analysis of data on climate trends (visit the the Cambridge Centre for Climate Science)
- Paleoclimatology to explore climate change dynamics over the earth's history (visit the Climate Change and Earth-Ocean-Atmosphere Systems)
- Impacts of climate variability on terrestrial ecosystems, and feedback to the atmosphere (visit the Environmental Processes Cluster)
- Biogeochemistry and its role in the carbon cycle and those of other greenhouse gases (visit the Greencycles site)
- Design of resilient built environments and energy systems (visit the Centre for Sustainable Development and Energy at Cambridge)
- Ecosystem conservation and the sequestration of carbon (visit the Cambridge Conservation Initiative)
- Dynamics and impacts in coastal communities and regions (visit the Cambridge Coastal Research Unit)
- Polar science and its impact on global climate (visit the British Antarctic Survey and the Scott Polar Research Institute)
- Atmospheric chemistry for climate change modelling (visit the Centre for Atmospheric Science)
- Economic analysis of climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies, and effectiveness of policy instruments (visit the )
- Social movements, climate change policy and individual/institutional behaviour (visit the Society, Environment and Development research cluster)
- Technological and social solutions to carbon reduction and adaptation (visit the Centre for Sustainable Development)
- Demographics as a driver for climate change (visit the Society, Environment and Development research cluster)
- Policy and planning for low carbon, resilient communities (visit the Department of Land Economy)
- Response of businesses to climate change mitigation and adaptation (visit the Centre for Risk Studies, Institute for Manufacturing and Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership)
- Environmental markets as a basis for climate mitigation and adaptation (visit the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and Department of Land Economy)
Cambridge Climate: Partners outside the University
UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, where our research becomes part of the database of analyses available to nations globally faced with climate challenges.
European Science Foundation, which assists us in forming networks to collaborate internationally on research programmes and participate in expert boards and committees to support that agenda.
Carbon CAP consortium, an EU consortium with whom we are carrying out research on consumption-based carbon accounting and design and assessment of consumer-facing climate policies.
Urban Climate Change Research Network, a consortium of scholars and experts from universities and research organisations analysing climate change mitigation and adaptation from an urban perspective.
Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, which carries out research on a wide range of topics related to land use, forestry, ecology and economics.
National Taiwan University, Graduate Institute of Environmental Engineering, with which we conduct research on the environmental impacts of production of goods in economies.