The Tyndall Centre is a unique partnership between a selection of researchers from eight UK research institutions, who together with contributions from Fudan University form the Tyndall Consortium.

Cardiff University

Tyndall Cardiff became a core partner in the Tyndall Centre in 2010. Tyndall Cardiff research is managed by the Understanding Risk and BRASS research groups, which conduct interdisciplinary social and behavioural research on sustainability and risk.

Newcastle University

Our research mission in Tyndall Newcastle is to provide analyses, tools and demonstrations to enable practical responses to the challenges of intensifying global change. We are tackling the complexity of coupled technological, human and natural systems, at a range of spatial and temporal scales. Our research is shaping the management of long term change and associated uncertainties, in particular along coastlines, in river basins, within urban areas and nationally.

University of Cambridge

The Cambridge Centre for Climate Change Mitigation Research conducts programmes of research, education and engagement in the interdisciplinary area of coupled energy-economy-environment (E3) modelling, with an emphasis on assessing strategies of climate change mitigation. The over-arching intellectual theme is NewEDGE (New Economics of Decarbonising the Global Economy).

University of Manchester

Tyndall Manchester has been a Tyndall core partner since the centre’s inception in 2000, during which time it has lead the research themes focusing on energy and climate change. Based in the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering and with close affiliation to the Manchester Business School and the School of Environmental, Atmospheric and Earth Sciences, the Tyndall Manchester team includes scientists, social scientists, engineers and economists. 

University of Oxford

University of Oxford

University of Southampton