is home to one of the world's leading institutions for the study
of climate change.
Research Unit in Norwich aims to improve our understanding of
past changes to the Earth's climate, what
the future holds and how temperature fluctuation affects humanity.
both natural climate change and changes induced by man - as
a result, for example, of the burning of fossil fuels.
It is part
of the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of
last year the Tyndall Centre, named after the 19th century scientist
John Tyndall, was opened at the UEA.
scientists, economists, social scientists and engineers to explore
and develop new responses to climate change and advise the government
on plans of action for the future.
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