Walker Institute  

Walker Institute for Climate System Research

  Latest news
  cities on the grow project logo

 

Cities on the grow

A new University project will look at community food enterprises and investigate how they might be scaled up to bring benefits for the local economy, health and the environment.

Project led from Reading by Dr Richard Nunes, Real Estate and Planning.

Read press release (8th Aug)>>

Find out more>>

 

  South America

 

Some regions of the world may see rainfall increase and then decrease - new research from the University of Reading finds. Find out more>>

 

  Uk Parliament logo

 

Parliamentary enquiry finds the conclusions of latest IPCC climate report are robust - read final report>>

University of Reading experts provide evidence>>

 

  cashew nut

 

Cashew cultivation in Ghana - new report looks at effects on food security, land access and poverty alleviation. Find out more>>

 

  bee

 

Bees can help to compensate for detrimental effect of climate change on crops. Find out more>>

 

  waves on coast

 

How might European storms and extreme rainfall change in the future? Find out more>>

 

  Prof Sir Mark Walport

 

Walker Institute Annual Lecture 2014.

Climate change communication - success or failure?

Professor Sir Mark Walport, Government Chief Scientific Adviser

Thursday, 5th June 2014 at 5pm, BMA House, London

Find out more>>

 

 
  Sir Gilbert Walker

 

Sir Gilbert Walker
an eminent meteorologist

 

Integrating the University of Reading’s excellence in climate change research

The University of Reading's Walker Institute for Climate System Research aims to enhance understanding and improve prediction of the risks and opportunities from our changing climate.

 

The Institute brings together the unrivalled breadth and depth of climate expertise that exists within the University of Reading.

Watch films about us >>

our climate our future image

 

Understanding and predicting our changing climate and its impacts

We are pioneering a more integrated approach to understanding and predicting climate and how it affects us – on timescales from seasons to decades and beyond. We consider human-induced climate change and also natural variations in climate.

Read more about our research>>

Predicting   Predicting   Impacts

Delivering world-leading research, training and advice

Research

At the Walker Institute our climate change research is both fundamental and integrated.

Find out more>>

 

Training

Training the next generation of climate scientists is a priority.

Find out more>>

 

Advice

Contact us for scientifically sound advice on climate and climate change.

Find out more>>

 

 
 
 
Get Adobe Reader
 
 

Email: walker_info@reading.ac.uk Tel: +44(0)118 378 7380 Copyright © 2006 Walker Institute. All rights reserved.

University of Reading