¬“¬◊–„ Climate Hub: a community for change
- We can all play our part...
Climate change, along with biodiversity loss, confronts humanity with an enormous threat. But history and the COVID-19 crisis, have taught us that extraordinary changes are possible.
Now more than ever, the world looks to powerful research communities like ¬“¬◊–„ to lead the push for change, mobilising large, diverse groups of committed people, backed by excellent scholarship, to effect concrete impact in the world. Őż
As a community of staff, students, citizens and partners, ¬“¬◊–„ is addressing the climate challenge on multiple fronts; ranging from what we can achieve today, to pioneering future system change, and putting sustainability at the heart of our campus. Őż
Get inspired by the extraordinary breadth of climate-focused activity taking place at ¬“¬◊–„ and find out about our Generation One campaign and how you can get involved.Őż
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¬“¬◊–„ has been ranked seventh in the UK‚Äôs People & Planet University League 2023 ‚Äď jumping 12 places compared to last year ‚Äď with the university awarded ‚ÄėFirst-Class‚Äô Honours for the sixth consecutive time.
Efforts to tackle climate change are not keeping up with the fast pace of global warming and increasing climate risks, according to a report by the Climate Change Committee involving ¬“¬◊–„ experts.
Immediate and deep emissions reductions are required across all sectors - as well as widespread use of carbon removal technology - to limit warming to 1.5¬įC, according to a new Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, involving contributions from ¬“¬◊–„ academics.