Living with environmental uncertainty

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Living with environmental uncertainty

A sea change: How the Cabot Institute is learning from small islands with big challenges. Image credit: Stefan Lins.

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Living with environmental uncertainty

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Living with environmental uncertainty

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  • Bristol students win prizes at hydrology conference [15 Jul 14]
    Two Bristol students, in the Department of Civil Engineering and the School of Geographical Sciences respectively, have won prizes at the recent Peter Wolf Early Career Hydrologists’ Symposium at Cardiff University.
  • Tamsin Edwards highlights importance of a public climate discussion on Sky News [14 Jul 14]
    Cabot Institute member Dr Tamsin Edwards discusses the importance of digital public engagement of climate change on Sky News this week.
  • Artwork that rocks [14 Jul 14]
    Artist Neville Gabie is to present his work produced at the Cabot institute at WOMAD UK 2014 later this month. This is the first time WOMAD has commissioned artwork for the annual music and arts festival.
  • A sea change: learning from small islands with big challenges [14 Jul 14]
    Beautiful Caribbean beaches and colourful coral reefs are familiar picture postcard scenes. Despite the idyllic vistas, many of the small islands featured in tourist brochures are faced with a variety of social and environmental challenges posed by their unique geographies.