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Missed the lectures? Watch and listen again online.

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We inform Governments on the science and mitigation of climate change.

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We lead a 27 partner consortium researching impacts and risks of extreme climate change

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We lead a £4m consortium addressing major challenges to infrastructure systems

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We educate new environmental leaders

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We lead an international effort to enhance global food security policies

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We inform governments on the science of climate change attribution.

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Recognised for our innovative approach in fostering climate adaptation strategies

ECI news

How effective are we in tackling water security?
24 October 2014
A new paper, led by Prof. Jim Hall, published in Science has examined how regions around the world are coping with variable and unpredictable freshwater resources caused through drought or floods, and how this affects economic output. Read more.

Extreme weather
10 October 2014
Dr Brenda Boardman has been awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award for services to energy efficiency and fuel poverty by the Carbon Action Network.

Extreme weather
9 October 2014
Global experts discuss drought risk at Oxford symposium. Read more.

Extreme weather
6 October 2014
Scientists to 'fast-track' evidence linking global warming to wild weather. Read more.

Extreme weather
3 October 2014
Retailers paying over the odds given helping hand on utility bills. Read more.

Extreme weather
1 October 2014
Explaining Extreme Weather Events of 2013 from a Climate Perspective Read more.

Research outputs

Forthcoming Events

Welcome to the Anthropocene.
A public lecture series to launch the ECI's Masters in Environmental Change and Management.
October 13-17, 2014. If you missed the lectures, you can watch/listen online.

Join the discussion at #ecilive

Living with floods and droughts: Adapting to hydro-climatic extremes
1 December, 5pm, HO Beckit Room, SoGE. Registration required

More events

Multimedia highlights

Contribution to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report How attribution studies work: A visual demonstration. Contribution to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report 2013.

Chris Doughty Do animal extinctions make the planet less fertile? Dr Chris Doughty explains his research in the 2013 Oxford University Annual Review

Yadvinder Malhi video Yadvinder Malhi on rainforest biodiversity in Peru

UKERC Video'Closing the Loop: Behaviour Change in Demand Side Management'

ECI Research Affiliations


UKCIP UK Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium Climate Change, Agriculture and food Security Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research Oxford Martin SchoolOxford Centre for Tropical Forests UK Energy Research Centre