Expected or not? The UK’s exceptional record-breaking weather

Posted on July 25, 2022 by Alison Fox

In June 2021, when the evidence report for the 3rd UK climate risk assessment (CCRA3) was released, talk was of southern England summer temperatures over 40°C being experienced sometime “before 2050”. However, recent events have now overtaken these projections when the thermometers hit 40°C  last week.  Editor of UCL Open: Environment Prof Dan Osborn explores.

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June 2022 open access books

Posted on June 30, 2022 by Alison Fox

June brought us pioneering feminists, a timely reassessment of how we look at debt, and a fascinating look into heritage and sustainable development.

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May 2022 open access books

Posted on May 31, 2022 by Alison Fox

From conversations about the things that really matter in life and London's mega-events to how we can rebuild public confidence in educational assessment and tales of a glorious career in academia, we published an exciting tranche of publications in May!

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