Tuesday 21 July
Science Building 303
Room G16


This one-off theme event aims to bring together researchers focused on climate and climate science from all disciplines, hosted by the new Climate Science Research Centre, and the Our World and Universe research theme.

Climate and climate change are topics of wide scope and making progress relies on developing interdisciplinary approaches to link knowledge of underlying processes to a range of related environmental and societal impacts, which together can inform policy. To be effective, there is a need to connect fields of expertise, and strengthen links between difference sciences and stakeholders.

This event is a fantastic opportunity to share the exciting climate research being conducted across the University and a chance for you to help us shape the priorities and network of the new centre.
We’ll be hearing from key speakers working in climate science, including Professor David Noone, Director of the Climate Science Research Centre initiative.

Join us for an afternoon of lively discussion, fuelled by coffee and snacks.


Hosted in conjunction with the Climate Science Research Centre and the Our World and Universe theme in the Faculty of Science.