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Our new website was launched on the 16 October - we hope you like it! You may find that our school resources section might not look as you normally expect it to. While all our resources have been migrated to the new website, the huge number of resources means we have not had time to edit all to fit the look and feel of the new site.
The Priestley Centre's 'Ask a Climate Researcher' series
‘Ask a Climate Researcher’ is a series produced by The Priestley Centre at the University of Leeds. It features climate experts answering climate change questions
Carbon Colonialism: How Rich Countries Export Climate Breakdown
Carbon colonialism has been used to refer to the power imbalances in the landscape of sustainability
Glacier recession, the carbon cycle and microbial release
How glacial systems are changing in the Alps and where glaciers are displaying negative mass balance
Dr Laurie Parsons on globalism and 'carbon colonialism'
Explaining the evolution of floods in time and space - Associate Professor Dr Louise Slater
School Member Lecture, 1 March 2023
New Zealand floods
One of the worst flood events to strike New Zealand occurred on 27 January 2023, with prolonged rainfall causing unprecedented flooding
El Niño: Phenomenon of Opportunities
Exploring the lived realities of the El Niño phenomenon in northern Peru
2021: The year of the electric car
Why electric car sales have rapidly increased in the UK, where they are being bought, and what the future market might look like
US President Joe Biden and the Paris Climate Agreement
President Biden has signed an executive order for the US to re-join the Paris climate agreement
In late November 2020 a cyclone called Nivar hit India, only the third cyclone to make landfall since May 2020
The MacKay Carbon Calculator
In build up to the UK target of ‘net zero’ by 2050, a number of changes will need to occurr
The world's last great wilderness
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