A fund for loss and damage is good news from COP27, but the goal of limiting warming to 1.5C is lost and that of 2C is badly damaged.
Around 350 graduates of the School of GeoSciences were formally given their MSc degrees last week, including a record 62 on the ECCI-hosted Carbon Management programme.
ECCI's 12 new Associates are leaders in climate change research, policy and practice in Scotland, the UK and globally.
New report offers a definition of a Scottish green job and tells us more about where they are and who’s working in them.
ECCI Director Prof Dave Reay shares insights on activities taking place across Scotland and the UK - designed to inform and inspire others to take action on climate change.
Paid internship: place based adaptation with Scottish Scientific Advisory Committee, CREW hosted at ECCI.
ECCI is proud to be a primary partner for Green Careers Week - an exciting virtual careers fair that aims to inspire young people to develop green skills.
ECCI, with the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), recently hosted IPCC lead author Prof Saleemul Huq (OBE).
A new report released today shows that the Climate Beacons - a Scotland-wide collaborative project between arts, heritage and cultural organisations - shone bright in their first year.
Get the lowdown from the Skills Development Scotland and Scotsman Green Skills conference.