This briefing paper discusses the potential role of climate change, and the responses to it, as a security ‘threat multiplier’ that can exacerbate the risk of conflict, providing recommendations on how to reduce the chance of climate change-related conflict. Find out more
Competition: Grantham Art Prize
The Grantham Art Prize, run in collaboration with the Royal College of Art (RCA), is designed to create a conversation about climate change and environment issues in a visual way, and kick start collaborations between Imperial College London and students from other universities. Find out more
This briefing paper reviews existing evidence on the risk of adverse regional, industrial and societal impacts of a rapid transition to a low-carbon economy, and discusses how those risks can be minimised. Find out more
19 September 2018Professor Anna Korre announced as new Co-Director of Energy Futures Lab
14 September 2018Horizons students explore world’s most challenging topics
13 September 2018Designing the UK’s low-carbon, integrated energy system
12 September 2018Greenhouse gas removal best way to make UK carbon neutral by 2050
15 October 2018, 18:00 – 19:00Lecture How to avoid the worst effects of climate change
17 October 2018, 16:00 – 17:00Seminar Defining the Anthropocene: Reinterpreting human history and our impact on…
18 October 2018, 18:00 – 21:00Exhibition Imperial Lates: Greenovate
24 October 2018, 16:00 – 21:00Social Grantham Art Prize Mixer
Caption: Are you a climate optimist? We asked leading figures in the climate change and the environment community about why the next 10 years are critical to take meaningful action on climate change.
Caption: The Grantham Institute is leading Greening Imperial, a cross-campus and community initiative calling for action on climate change and sustainability.
Caption: The Grantham Institute 10th anniversary Outlook 2017-18 shows how innovative people here at Imperial are advancing our vision for a sustainable, resilient, zero-carbon society.
Caption: Meet the wider community of academic staff at Imperial who are working in the areas of climate change and the environment.