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Tag: Meteorology

Better Food For A Better World

“We should talk about climate change, and we should talk about natural disasters, but we should also talk about the opportunities and solutions.” Wise words from Reading graduate, Menghestab Haile, Regional Director for...

Autumn Masterclass Series

Aimed at professionals working in shipping and offshore activities, catastrophe modelling and insurance, and naval operations such as search and rescue, the University of Reading – in partnership with the Royal...

The Indisputable Truth

Reading graduate and meteorologist, Karl Shepherdson, offers a blunt yet hopeful view on the changing climate – and stresses that climate education is the first step on the journey to combat climate change. When Karl...

Facing Up To Climate Change

Reading PhD student, Elena Saggioro, opens up about why it’s so important to face up to climate change and to take action to stop it, and how her studies at Reading are helping her to do just that. Elena chose to come...

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Code Red For Humanity

Climate scientists at the University of Reading have played a leading role in the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report. Published in August 2021 to worldwide attention, the report warns that...

Met Masterclass Series

Aimed at professionals in meteorology and climate science, the University of Reading – with the Royal Meteorological Society – are hosting a three-part masterclass series on the latest science for anticipating floods...

Virtual Learning

CONNECTED brings you the latest opportunities to learn virtually at Reading from a Meteorological Masterclass Series, to a new food labelling online course. Weathering the storm The Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS)...

Learning From Lockdown

As the University launches its #LockdownClimateChange campaign, CONNECTED looks at how lifestyle changes during the COVID-19 crisis could be carried forward to help combat climate change. On Earth Day 2020, two reports...

Rainfall Rescue

Reading’s Professor Ed Hawkins tells CONNECTED about his Rainfall Rescue project, and how volunteers have helped climate scientists solve the mystery of British rain whilst staying at home.   Volunteers were recently...

Climate Science and Art

Reading’s Professor Ed Hawkins is awarded an MBE on the Queen’s New Year Honours list for his services to climate science and science communication. Professor Hawkins created his infamous climate stripes graphic in 2018...