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Guest post: The climate-change gaps in the UK school curriculum

While the impacts of global warming are already being felt across the world, the decisions taken now on climate action will most affect today’s you... Read More

Guest posts | Sep 15. 2021.

Guest post: The perils of counter-intuitive design in IPCC graphics

The periodic assessment reports of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) play a crucial role for policymakers, providing regula... Read More

Guest posts | Nov 26. 2020.
Smart phone users wait at a train station.

Guest post: How climate change misinformation spreads online

The rapid rise of social media over the past two decades has brought with it a surge in misinformation.  Online debates on topics such as vac... Read More

Guest posts | Jun 26. 2020.

Analysis: The climate papers most featured in the media in 2018

In a year dominated by events such as Brexit, royal weddings, the Salisbury poisonings, US Supreme Court nominations and the World Cup, there was stil... Read More

Features | Jan 8. 2019.
DP4C4Y Facade of the new BBC building at night, London, England, United Kingdom

Exclusive: BBC One to show first primetime film on climate change since 2007

The BBC has commissioned a major new documentary film on climate change. Charlotte Moore, the BBC’s director of content, said in a speech last ni... Read More

Science communication | Oct 12. 2018.
The 46th Session of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 6 September 2017, Montreal, Canada. Credit: IISD/ENB / Mike Muzurakis

Analysis: The gender, nationality and institution of IPCC AR6 scientists

Since being founded in 1988, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has published five sets of “assessment reports” on the state of ... Read More

IPCC | May 15. 2018.

Analysis: The climate papers most featured in the media in 2017

Every day, dozens of scientific journals publish new climate change research that is shared across the world via the internet. These journal papers... Read More

Features | Jan 24. 2018.
Kirsty McBeath from the Met Office with an interactive 3D model displaying climate

Guest Post: How IPCC graphics could be made more accessible

Jordan Harold is an applied cognitive psychologist at the school of psychology, University of East Anglia, and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change R... Read More

Guest posts | Oct 17. 2017.
Dr Emily Shuckburgh

Video: Dr Emily Shuckburgh on peer-reviewing the Ladybird book on climate change

Ladybird, the children's publisher, has launched a new series of "expert books" today. One of the topics is climate change, with the others being quan... Read More

Interviews | Jan 26. 2017.
A steam train waiting to receive water from a water tower at a station in North Yorkshire.

Guest post: The challenge of defining the ‘pre-industrial’ era

This is a cross-post from the Climate Lab Book blog, written by Dr Ed Hawkins, associate professor in the Department of Meteorology at the University ... Read More

Guest posts | Jan 25. 2017.

Analysis: The climate papers most featured in the media in 2016

Every year, thousands of scientific journal papers are published by researchers across the world, but only a tiny proportion make it into the pages of... Read More

Features | Jan 12. 2017.
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