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Climate Stripes At London Fashion Week

The stark reality of global warming was impossible to ignore when the University of Reading’s climate stripes hit the catwalk at the 2021 London Fashion Week.  A climate change visualisation created by Professor Ed...

Show Your Stripes

In the lead-up to the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26), CONNECTED speaks to Professor Ed Hawkins MBE about his pioneering research, the inspiration behind the infamous climate stripes graphic...

The climate stripes, created by Ed Hawkins to represent the Earth's warming

Leading Climate Education

Ahead of the University’s Climate Education Summit on 15 September, CONNECTED takes a closer look at three alumni who are participating in the Summit. Craig Bennett Craig is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at The...

Help Shape Climate Education

The University of Reading’s Climate Education Summit is to be informed by your voices. Help us engage as many schools and young people as possible to create an action plan for better climate education. The University of...

Climate Education Summit

Climate change is the defining crisis of our generation and it will be the lived reality for generations to come. Yet many people still don’t understand the issue, or feel able to respond to it adequately, including...

Stars And Climate Stripes

A new ‘Stars and Climate Stripes’ visualisation of climate change in the US shows a continuing trend of rising temperatures, as President Biden prepares to lead the country back into the Paris Agreement. The original...

The Hottest Decade Ever

University of Reading scientist, Professor Ed Hawkins, has released the climate stripe graphic for 2020, heralding President Joe Biden’s era of climate action in the US. Iconic climate change visualisations created at...

Remembering The Climate Emergency

The University of Reading is keeping climate change high on the agenda during the pandemic with its #LockdownClimateChange campaign. CONNECTED takes a look at how the University is contributing to the global discussion...