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Centre for Atmospheric Science

 

The Climate Change Policy Group (CCPG) is housed in the Centre for Atmospheric Science (CAS).

We are a small, female-led team that bring together a wide range of disciplines - from economics and sociology to atmospheric chemistry and environmental science - to investigate climate and policy sciences. Through our research, we hope  to add our data to the fight against climate change and ensure that stringent, evidence-based climate policies are produced. 

By taking a multi-disciplinary, whole-systems approach to research, collaborating with a range of partners, we can achieve holistic research and insights into climate science.

 

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CCPG Projects

Learn about the research projects the CCPG has been involved with.


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CCPG Publications

Browse through a comprehensive list of the publications produced with members of the CCPG. 


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Publication Highlights

A multi-model analysis of long-term emissions and warming implications of current mitigation efforts

Researchers from PARIS REINFORCE (PR), including the CCPG's very own Dr. Annela Anger-Kraavi, have just published a new analysis in Nature Climate Change.


Centre Highlights

• Nov 17th 2021: Dr Anger-Kraavi has co-authored a paper with Paris Reinforce. Read the open access version here

• Nov 3rd 2021: Watch Dr Anger-Kraavi at the COP26 side event: Accelerating Implementation of the Paris Agreement - Ambition and Just Transitions via YouTube.

• Oct 18th 2021: Watch Dr Anger-Kraavi on Cambridge Talks: Can leaders turn Paris ambition into Glasgow action at COP26? via YouTube.

• Oct 11th 2021: Listen to the CCPG's Dr Anger-Kraavi speak about the upcoming COP26 on Tyndall Talks via Spotify.

• April 24th 2021: Listen to Dr Anger-Kraavi speak about the cost of climate reform on the BBC's The Real Story via their website

• May 14th 2020: Watch Dr Chiara Giorio speak about climate, ice cores and atmospheric particles on YouTube


Want to know more about our high-profile publications? Check out our Publication Highlights!