A joint initiative of the University of Edinburgh, Shanghai Jaio Tong University and Shanghai Lingang City, the ECCI-inspired college encourages climate innovation in China and around the world.
The programme matches postgraduate students with a wide range of organisations to provide meaningful research work opportunities.
ECCI's Interim Executive Director blogs about meeting UNFCCC chief Christiana Figueres and low carbon leaders to discuss the path to a sustainable and inclusive future.
IndiNature’s new demonstration house - one of the world’s most sustainable buildings - will be open to the public on Saturday 30 March in the city centre.
Some of the UK's bravest thinkers will unleash their most challenging sustainability ideas during Edinburgh's annual science festival.
The IPCC has teamed up with Scotland’s centre of expertise on climate change, based at ECCI, to run a public panel discussion on ‘Climate Action in Small Countries and Regions’.
Currently on secondment to the University of Edinburgh's data science centre, ECCI's Charlotte Waugh shares insights on the links between the fast-moving areas of data and low carbon innovation.
The latest in a series of annual reports covers information from 150 public bodies and shows how the sector is responding to the challenge of climate change.
Early action is needed to avoid greater costs, say MSPs.
Two low carbon technology start-ups who took part in the centre's business support programmes are awarded Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise fellowships.