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.
Tyndall engages with festival-goers on climate change, energy and sustainability at Bluedot 2018
Tyndall Manchester joined Bluedot Festival on 20–22 July to showcase research on bioenergy, carbon capture and storage and sustainable communities.
Tyndall hosts WEF nexus networking event and workshop
More than 40 EPSRC-funded researchers on water-energy-food (WEF) nexus gathered for a networking event, hosted by Tyndall Manchester, on 9 July in London.
Jaise Kuriakose presented the carbon emissions budget for Manchester City at the 2018 Manchester Climate Change Conference.
Dr. Jaise Kuriakose presented the carbon emissions budget and pathways for the city of Manchester at the Manchester Climate Change Conference.
Kevin Anderson’s Swedish Carbon Cycle
The Swedish Carbon Cycle was a two-wheeled journey around Sweden to help raise awareness and catalyse local climate action in Sweden.