Dr Alex Rap from the University of Leeds has been assessing the climate effects of emissions from current and proposed aircraft fuels. At present he’s working on the FlyZero project of the UK’s Aerospace Technology Institute, a joint Government and industry body.
The problem of uncontrolled addition of carbon to the atmosphere has become so acute, that three years ago it stimulated Associate Professor Matt Parker at New York University, a software developer and games designer, to join several colleagues in setting up the OpenAir Collective.
Uniting, Empowering, and Mobilizing Global Youth
The response of Capital City Universities in Europe and the Asia-Pacific to the Sustainable Development Goals
Webinar series developed by Victoria University of Wellington and UNICA
Climate change targets present the world with both an enormous challenge to overcome and an opportunity to come together, share knowledge and invest in our shared future.
Representing countries with some of the highest density cities on Earth, Asian cities have a critical role in both reducing emissions and planning for resilience
How we can contribute to the shift in the way we live, optimising the health and well-being of the people and the planet.
The Climate Alliance welcome educators and student organisations from around the globe to host a hackathon for students to encourage interdisciplinary interest in climate change and circularity principles.
Join us in conversations about climate issues around the world and learn about the many ways that universities are creating climate action.
Hong Kong University Ecologists reconstructed Hong Kong’s marine ecosystem over the last 100 years