Introduction
   The Fudan Tyndall Centre represents an active research partnership between Fudan University and The Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research in the UK.  Its purpose is to integrate the excellent discipline-based skills of Fudan University and the interdisciplinary experience and platforms of the UK-based Tyndall Centre to provide, within a s...
News
  Prof. Philip Gilmartin, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Science of University of East Anglia (UEA), and the delegation of UEA visited Fudan University on 31 March, 2017. The members of delegations include Prof. Enrique Fatas, Dean of the School of Economics, Prof. Kristy Sanderson from the School... [Details]
  The Weather War addresses problems faced worldwide due to global climate change. How do we behave to meet those challenges? Do we adapt? Or do we wage war against increasingly aggressive weather phenomena? Bangladesh is building protective walls against coming floods. China shoots rockets... [Details]
  Prof. Phil Gilmartin, Executive Deanof the University of East Anglia, visited Fudan University on 8 December 2016. The visit was arranged by the Foreign Affairs Office of Fudan. Prof. Yinzhang Chen, Director of Nordic Center of Fudan, Prof. Jianmin Chen, Director of Fudan Tyndal... [Details]
Fudan Tyndall Centre held a workshop on Sustainable Pathways and Transformations of Urban Systems in November 15-17. Participants include the delegates from University of Hamburg and Macquarie University who are working with Fudan University in a trilateral cooperation, and academics from Fudan Univ... [Details]
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Lectures

2017.03

31

Fri

TitleAnthropogenic carbon cycles and the implic...

Reporter:Dr. Zhu Liu

2017.03

31

Fri

TitleIntroducing Suffolk University’s CUES: to...

Reporter:Professor Maria Toyoda

2017.03

22

Wed

TitleThe Influence of Marine Halogens on Coasta...

Reporter:Prof. Alfonso Saiz-Lop...

2017.03

20

Mon

TitleGoverning climate change: global and local...

Reporter:Dr Sara Fuller

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