ECI's climate research focuses on climate prediction, detection and attribution, as well as climate risk assessment and modelling of climate impacts. ECI hosts UKCIP (the UK Climate Impacts Programme), which promotes and enables adaptation in government and business.
Global Climate Science
The Global Climate Science programme looks at the attribution of climate change, climate model uncertainties, and the carbon cycle.
Led by Myles Allen.
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Impacts and Adaptation
- Hall, J.W., Berkhout, F. and Douglas, R. (2014) Responding to adaptation emergencies. Nature Climate Change, 5: 6-7.
- Okereke, C., Baral, P. and Dagnet, Y. (2014) Options for Adaptation and loss and damage in a 2015 climate agreement.. Act 2015, Working Paper.
- Lopez, A., Suckling, E.B., Otto, F.E.L., Lorenz, A., Rowlands, D. and Allen, M.R. (2014) Towards a typology for constrained climate model forecasts. Climatic Chnge.
- Prutsch, A., Isoard, S., McCallum, S., Biesbroek, R., Karali, E., Makinen, K., Hilden, M., Downing, C. and Street, R. (2014) National adaptation policy processes in European countries. EEA Report No 4/2014.
- Kern, F., Smith, A., Shaw, C., Raven, R. and Verhees, B. (2014) From laggard to leader: Explaining offshore wind developments in the UK. Energy Policy, 69: 635-646.
- Shaw, C. and Nerlich, B. (2014) Metaphor as a mechanism of global climate change governance: A study of international policies, 1992–2012. Ecological Economics, 109: 34-40.
- Vignon, E. and Mitchell, D.M. (2014) The Stratopause Evolution During Different Types of Sudden Stratospheric Warming. Climate Dynamics.
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