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 […]

Art engages people with climate change

Art engages people with climate change – our film

HELIX sponsored a major climate change communication event to engage the general public, seen by nearly 26k people. Respond: Climate Change was a unique exhibition in October 2017, bringing together four contemporary artists to explore the issue of climate change, in a very public space, at The Forum, during the fiurst Norwich Science Festival The […]

The hottest month in history

Under high-end scenarios, our regional temperature increase could be between 3.7°C and 5.7°C, writes Professor Saiful Islam of the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), writing for the Dhaka Tribune with Meraz Mostafa. The hottest month in history

1st Annual Meeting: Presentations

PowerPoint slides from all presentations at the 1st Annual Meeting are available below: Work Package 1 – Stakeholder engagement & Communication Work Package 2 – Specific Warming Levels Work Package 3 – High resolution Specific Warming Level timeslices Work Package 4 – Global Biophysical Impacts Work Package 5 – Global-scale assessment of socio-economic impacts (JRC, Ignazio […]

Crops growing. Winterhaven, California, United States.

Harvests in the US to suffer from climate change

Some of the most important crops risk substantial damage from rising temperatures. To better assess how climate change caused by human greenhouse gas emissions will likely impact wheat, maize and soybean, an international team of scientists now ran an unprecedentedly comprehensive set of computer simulations of US crop yields. The simulations were shown to reproduce […]