Webinar-Peter Ashwin

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Peter Ashwin from university of Exeter presented on June 21st 2023 on “Quasipotentials for coupled escape problems and the gate-height bifurcation”. The study behind the presentation is; P Ashwin, J Creaser, K Tsaneva-Atanasova (2023) Quasipotentials for coupled escape problems and … Continued

TiPES at EGU 2023

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Once again TiPES researchers did an excellent job disseminating their findings at the European Geophysical Union (EGU) Annual General Assembly held in Vienna in April. TiPES was the (co-)convener of multiple sessions spanning over Tipping points, resilience, and stochasticity in … Continued

PaleoJump: High-quality data for the study of climate tipping points

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Scientists launch an archive of paleoclimate data to facilitate analysis of abrupt transitions in the climate system Earth’s climate has undergone abrupt transitions in the past, which are often linked to the crossing of tipping points. Understanding how and why … Continued

Going for an immediate transition to a green economy pays off, even if such a transition is very unlikely to happen, a study finds

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A new method for estimating how much decisions under uncertainty matter suggests that, when the goals of decision-making are set, taking the best decisions (for those goals, under moderate uncertainty) still pays off when the probability of success becomes very … Continued

TiPES at COP28

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TiPES researcher Niklas Boers is disseminating TiPES findings to decision makers at COP28 together with other pronounced researchers. The material is prepared by the Climate Repair Center at Cambridge University.  CCRC – Tipping Points from Climate Repair on Vimeo.