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Tyndall Manchester is a vibrant and committed research community that brings together natural scientists, engineers, social scientists and economists to produce socially impactful and policy-relevant interdisciplinary research.
As a group we have over a decade of experience in undertaking genuinely interdisciplinary approaches to complex policy problems. Our holistic approach remains a national and international benchmark in climate change mitigation and adaptation research. We have ongoing research on energy systems, carbon budgets and pathways, the water energy food nexus, communities, and circular economy.
Current state of fossil fuel based carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects
Significant progress in energy sector decarbonisation is essential by 2030.
Drinking water supplies in developing countries
The environmental sustainability of adaptations to urban water infrastructure should be evaluated.
Crowdfunding’s potential to democratise finance
Research considers how and why investors place confidence in commercial crowdfunding platforms.
Carbon Budget report
Tyndall Centre research is included in Committee on Climate Change Sixth Carbon Budget report.
Timothy Capper presentation
Timothy Capper presented at the Energy Technology Partnership’s annual conference.
Tyndall Manchester at the Guardian University Awards
Tyndall Manchester project runner-up for research impact in Guardian University Awards.
New £1.5m project funded by UKRI and industry
New project will research how to eliminate plastic leakage into the environment.
Publication of new paper on decarbonisation
Limiting warming to well below 2°C requires rapid and complete decarbonisation of energy systems.
Building a strategy for rice straw bioenergy
New Tyndall research published on how to engage farmers in bioenergy development.
Co-benefits of climate action: accelerating city ambition
A new report assesses the state of how cities are identifying and using co-benefits.