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Very excited to be part of the @ClimateCoCentre team!!
Brilliantly coordinated by @y_buckley, @MEecoprof & @ed_hawkins, the centre will help tackle some grand challenges.
Climate + has felt special since the early stages, so looking forward to seeing what the future brings!
Great reflections. Let’s work together. @UPSURGE_H2020 @QUBGeography @AICBRN
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Joint funding of £60m has been announced for two co-centres to bring academics, industry and policymakers across Ireland, Great Britain and Northern Ireland closer to collaborate on food sustainability and tackling climate change. More: https://orlo.uk/GjYnD
Fantastic news from our colleague @MEecoprof over the funding of £30M towards a Co-Centre focused on Climate + Biodiversity and Water @ClimateCoCentre with lead partners @y_buckley @tcddublin & @ed_hawkins @UniofReading
Very excited to be involved in this major new research collaboration announced today. @ClimateCoCentre is a 6 yr tri-jurisdictional (ROI+NI+GB) research centre focused on #climate #biodiversity & #water
Congrats to @y_buckley @MEecoprof @ed_hawkins for bringing it all together!
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