1. Professor John Shepherd on Geo Engineering

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    Professor John Shepherd on Geo Engineering ABOUT JOHN Professorial Research Fellow in Earth System Science, School of Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton, UK Professor Shepherd is also Deputy Director (External Science Coordination) of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, and a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1999. His current research interests include the natural variability of the climate system on long time-scales, and the development and use of intermediate complexity models (especially GENIE) of the Earth climate system, for the interpretation of the palaeo-climate record, and for long-term projections of climate change.

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    • Tyndall Assembly 2012- Hou Yangfang

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      Cardiff Tyndall Assembly 2012 Professor Hou Yangfang of Fudan University (Shanghai, China) discusses his research.

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      • Public debate: Can we re-engineer cities to be forces for environmental good?

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        Public debate: Can we re-engineer cities to be forces for environmental good?, Introduction.

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        • Shobhakar Dhakal (Global Carbon Project, Tsukuba, Japan)

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          Tyndall Assembly 2011. Public debate: Can we re-engineer cities to be forces for environmental good?

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          • Andrew Newsham on Adapting to Climate Change

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            ABOUT ANDY Andy joined Tyndall in 2008 and is working with the International Development Research Programme on a meta-analysis of vulnerability and adaptation in Africa. Interdisciplinary interest in the human-environment interface: sustainable rural livelihoods; natural resource management in the drylands; poverty, development, and social institutions; adaptation to climate change and climate-related disasters; local knowledge systems and linkages between social and natural science in field implementation and aid delivery; particular focus on Africa.

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            • Johanna Forster on the UK Overseas Territories and Climate Change

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              Johanna Forster on the UK Overseas Territories and Climate Change ABOUT JOHANNA I am interested in the impact ecosystem decline has on the goods and services ecosystems provide and how this affects human well-being. My PhD research examines the vulnerability of small Caribbean islands to climate change, focusing on the resilience of tourism-related marine and coastal activities. I have a particular interest in policy-relevant environmental research, and have investigated the current and future threats to the marine environment in the Caribbean UK Overseas Territories and constraints to effective environmental management. I am also assessing the potential impact that changes in hurricane risk may have on coral reef resource users in Anguilla. I am also very interested in science communication and in 2008 I co-designed the Tyndall Centre's Silver medal winning ‘2050 Garden’ for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show; an exhibit designed to explore how climate change might affect gardens and gardening practices in the future.

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