Presentations and recordings

Conference brochure

An electronic version of the conference programme is available to download in PDF: Transformational Climate Science programme. The brochure contains a list of conference attendees which was up to date for early May.

Conference pictures

To view pictures of the conference please visit our Flickr gallery. Please contact us for individual photos.

Highlights video

We have produced a short highlights video from the conference featuring all three IPCC Co-Chairs.

Sessions, recordings, and presentations

Session (links to speaker biographies)Speaker and presentation link (PDF)Presentation titleFilm (YouTube)Lecture capture 
The challenge of climate change: the outcomes of Working Group I    Professor Thomas Stocker (Co-Chair of IPCC WGI) The challenges of climate change: the outcomes of WGI. Watch on YouTube. Watch session on Echo360.
Professor Corinne Le Quere (University of East Anglia and Tyndall Centre) No title. Watch on YouTube.  
Dr Peter Stott (Met Office) Detection and attribution of climate change: from global to regional. Watch on YouTube.  
Professor Mat Collins (University of Exeter) Long term climate change: projections, commitments, and irreversibility. Watch on YouTube.  
The challenge of impacts and adaptation: the outcomes of Working Group II    Professor Chris Field (Co-Chair of IPCC WGII) Climate change 2014: impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability. Watch on YouTube. Watch session on Echo360.
Professor Richard Betts (University of Exeter and Met Office) Climate change impacts on global vegetation and hydrology: an integrated view. Watch on YouTube.  
Professor Frans Berkhout (King's College London and Future Earth)  Reflections on adaptation opportunities, constraints and limits. Watch on YouTube.  
Dr Sari Kovats (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) Climate change: impacts and adaptation. Watch on YouTube.  
The challenge of mitigation: the outcomes of the Working Group III report    Professor Ottmar Edenhofer (Co-Chair of IPCC WGIII) Climate change 2014: mitigation of climate change. Watch on YouTube. Watch session on Echo360.
Professor Catherine Mitchell (University of Exeter) Working Group III policy for climate change. Watch on YouTube.  
Professor Simon Caney (University of Oxford) Ethics, the challenge of mitigation, and the future of climate research. Watch on YouTube.  
Professor John Barrett (University of Leeds) UK Implications from Working Group III. Watch on YouTube.  
Public event: the future of climate science      Professor Thomas Stocker (public forum) (Co-Chair of WGI) Climate change 2013: the physical science basis. Watch on YouTube. Watch session on Echo360.
Professor Chris Field (public forum) (Co-Chair of WGII) Climate change 2014: impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability. Watch on YouTube.  
Professor Andy Challinor (University of Leeds) Climate change and the future of food. Watch on YouTube.  
Professor Peter Cox (University of Exeter) IPCC: Building on the 'miracle' of consensus. Watch on YouTube.  
Dr Richard Jones (Met Office) IPCC Working Group II: making climate science and scientists really useful. Watch on YouTube.  
Professor Catherine Mitchell (public forum) (University of Exeter) IPCC Working Group III: policy for climate change. Watch on YouTube.  
The science and policy interface flowing from the IPCC Chaired by Dr Andre Tilche (European Commission) No presentations given.   We are experiencing difficulties with this recording but hope to make it available soon.
Frontiers of climate change research Chaired by Professor Dame Julia Slingo (Met Office) No presentations given.   Watch on Echo360.

If you would like to download the Full presentations as one file:

View the slides from Thursday's speakers (PDF) or slides from Thursday's speakers (PowerPoint).

View the slides from Friday's speakers (PDF) or slides from Friday's speakers (PowerPoint).

View the slides from the public forum (PDF) or slides from the public forum (PowerPoint).

Twitter

We tweeted during the event from @UofE_Research using #climate2014. You can still read the conversation online and we welcome any questions.

You may also be interested to read about a recent Twitter Q&A with University of Exeter climate scientists.

Contact - Press

For press office information please contact:

Liz French or Duncan Sandes, Press Office
Email: e.french@exeter.ac.uk or d.sandes@exeter.ac.uk 
Phone: 01392 722062 (Press Office)

Contact - Event

For logistical assistance please contact:

Pete Hodges, Research and Knowledge Transfer
Email: research-events@exeter.ac.uk
Conference office: 01392 722321