At HELIX we are assisting decision-makers and the research community in making adaptation to our changing climate more understandable and manageable by providing a set of credible, coherent, global and regional views of different worlds at 2, 4 and 6°C,  and now 1.5°C.

We have further focus on delivering the knowledge needs of Northern Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and European.

 

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The Conversation featured article: Glastonbury 2070? by HELIX Director, Richard Betts

Glastonbury 2070? How the festival might have to cope with 4℃ of global warming Richard Betts, University of Exeter Glastonbury, Britain’s largest and most famous music festival, is a great symbol of the many faces of the global climate change debate. It’s full of people enjoying life and relying on technology, easily available energy and […]

HELIX Director, Richard Betts, to talk climate change at Glastonbury

At the festival’s Speaker’s Forum, Richard Betts will discuss the science of climate change and take part in panel discussions and interviews with other prominent figures in the climate change debate. “Climate change is a complex topic with some important and fascinating science behind it,” says Professor Betts. “As we continue the debate on what […]

New book. Download High-End Climate Change in Europe

The three EU-funded sister projects  on high-end climate change, HELIX, IMPRESSIONS and RISES-AM have drawn upon their wide range of expertise from many disciplines across the natural and social sciences to develop new understanding of the implications and risks of exceeding 20C, adapting to the climate changes.  The new book, High-End Climate Change in Europe examines […]

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Collaborative Partners

 
University of Exeter
Met Office
Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research
VU University of Amsterdam
Joint Research Centre
World Food Programme
Université de Liège
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
University College London
Technical University of Crete
IGAD Centre for Climate Prediction and Application
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
Foundation for Innovation and Technology Transfer
 

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