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Cambridge Centre for Climate Science

The Cambridge Centre for Climate Science (CCfCS) has been established to promote research and other activities in Climate Science going on at several Departments of the University of Cambridge (Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Archaeology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Geography, Plant Sciences and Scott Polar Research Institute) and at the British Antarctic Survey. Cambridge scientists have already made very important contributions to climate science. Many talented young scientists have been recruited in recent years and are now establishing their careers here. Cambridge offers excellent opportunities in climate science for PhD students and for Research Fellows and other post-doctoral researchers. The Cambridge Centre for Climate Science is generously supported by the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and also by the School of Physical Sciences and by participating institutions.


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Key messages from the IPCC AR6 report

28 September 2021

CCfCS and Cambridge zero are pleased to present a briefing report, drafted by scientists, that summarises the key messages from the recent IPCC reports . Download the briefing document.

Cambridge Zero: A bold response to the world’s greatest challenge

14 October 2019

Launch of the new Cambridge Zero website