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Written by Dr Jen Roberts , ClimateXChange Post-Doc Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Strathclyde With the help of a UKCCSRC career development grant, I was able to attend a workshop about Influencing Policy on Climate Change at Cumberland Lodge on the 1st October. The workshop was intended for Early...
Written by Patrick Brandl, who is visiting the Chemical Engineering Department and Centre for Environmental Policy at Imperial College London as an Erasmus Postgraduate Student. Originally from the Technical University of Munich, he focuses on the cooling demand of post-combustion CO 2 capture units in the UK On the day...
*click on links to access presentations* A meeting was held at the University of Oxford on Thursday 26 and Friday 27 June to discuss alternative carbon capture and storage methods . The meeting, organised by UKCCSRC and co-ordinated by Prof Ben Anthony (Cranfield University) and Tim Kruger (Oxford Martin School),...
This blog was written by Dr Karen Finney , Research Fellow at the University of Sheffield, who received funding to attend the Manchester Biannual Meeting from the UKCCSRC ECR Meeting Fund The discussion panel – the finale in a series of varied sessions at the Spring 2016 biannual – focused...
This blog was written by Thomas Spitz who is a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh and received funding to attend the Manchester Biannual Meeting from the UKCCSRC ECR Meeting Fund . It was Tim Dixon ’s challenging task to set the scene and restore a positive atmosphere amongst...
As at previous COPs, the distribution of the final text, which had been through two weeks of negotiations, and the convening of the final plenary session was delayed…and delayed…BUT on the evening of the 12 December 2015, Laurent Fabius, the French Minister for Foreign Affairs and the COP21 President, brought...
The rest of my week at COP21 flew by in a blur of meetings, side events and trying to keep on top of things back at the office - and so this, my latest blog, is way overdue! On Thursday 3 December I spent some time exploring Hall 3 of...
This blog comes with a jargon warning but I hope you’ll still read on… As I signed off yesterday’s instalment, I mentioned that I would be spending time following up the negotiations and how they are progressing here in Paris. Well I managed to do a bit and caught-up on...
I was bursting with enthusiasm this morning for my second day at COP21. I now knew how to get to Le Bourget. And having done a reccie yesterday evening, was familiar with the layout of the conference centre (even if Obama delayed me by two hours!). Pas de problem! It...
After a delay due to bad weather, I landed in Paris this afternoon, and once I’d dumped my bags at my hotel, I began to negotiate my way to the COP21 conference centre. The COP is being held at the Parc Des Expositions in Le Bourget, a suburb of Paris,...

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