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
Arnell, N.W., Brown, S., Gosling, S.N., Hinkel, J., Huntingford, C., Lloyd-Hughes, B., Lowe, J.A., Osborn, T., Nicholls, R.J. and Zelazowski, P. (2014) Global-scale climate impact functions: the relationship between climate forcing and impact. Climatic Change.
Bours, D., McGinn, C. and Pringle, P. (2014) Guidance note 1: Twelve reasons why climate change adaptation M&E is challenging. SEA Change CoP, Pnom Penh and UKCIP, Oxford.
Bours, D., McGinn, C. and Pringle, P. (2014) The Theory of Change approach to climate change adaptation programming. Sea Change CoP, Phnom Penh and UKCIP, Oxford.
Jenkins, K. (2013) Extreme Weather and Climate Change Cost Assessments. Climatology and Weather Forecasting, 1(2).
Daron, J.D. and Stainforth, D.A. (2014) Assessing pricing assumptions for weather index insurance in a changing climate. Climate Risk Management.
Kingsborough, A. 2013. Climate Change Risk Assessment and the Development of Adaptation Pathways. UGEC Viewpoints, 9. Urbanization and Global Environmental Change Project. pp. 8-11(4).
Rimi Ruksana: 'Climate Change and High-Impact Weather Events: Implications for Water Resource and Agriculture in Bangladesh'