Climate change is predicted to have major implications for species and ecosystems, acting as a driver of biodiversity loss in its own right and amplifying the effects of existing threats. This briefing paper asks, to what extent does climate change require a re-think of conservation policy, planning and practice? Read more
Human activity is putting increasing pressure on our natural environment and human-induced impacts are becoming both more widespread and severe. This briefing paper considers multiple threats to freshwater ecosystems and provides recommendations on how to monitor, model and manage them effectively. Read more
07 November 2018Tiny crustacean had a heart more than 400 million years ago
05 November 2018How to feed the world’s population sustainably
20 November 2018, 08:00 – 10:30Workshop Climate as a security issue: challenges and opportunities
28 November 2018, 16:00 – 17:00Seminar When everybody’s under the weather | Professor Mala Rao
05 December 2018, 16:00 – 17:00Seminar Designers Can Save Planet Earth!
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.
In this edition of the Grantham Institute Outlook, you can read about our past year and future plans to find out how people here at Imperial College London are advancing our vision for a sustainable, resilient, zero-carbon society.
The Grantham Institute is leading Greening Imperial, a cross-campus and community initiative calling for action on climate change and sustainability.
Meet the wider community of academic staff at Imperial who are working in the areas of climate change and the environment.