UKCIPUnited Kingdom Climate Impacts Programme
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UKCIP was founded in 1997, and although its remit is broad--"to help organisations understand and adapt to the affects of climate change"--there are a number of tools and resources freely available at that an engineer may find useful.
UKCIP also predict a further rise of between three and five degrees Celsius by 2080, which, Mr Wyatt said could have a big effect on local wildlife.
Data from Climate Change Scenarios for the UK, published by the UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP) in 2002, suggest greater extremes in climate in future.
It's directed primarily at the UK's problems and is called UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP) People, especially those returned from holidays in the sun, have long argued for casting adrift the British Isles and towing them south to below the Tropic of Cancer.
Dr Merylyn McKenzie Hedger, head of UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP) at Oxford University, reckons storms the country previously encountered once every 100 years, could become 10 times more prevalent.
The UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP, 1998) reports for the UK an 0.5 degrees Celsius warming in the twentieth century, and presents four scenarios of climate change for the next century, with rates of warming between 0.1 and 0.3 degrees Celsius per decade.
Confirmed exhibitors are Business Link, Business in The Community, Business Resilience & Climate Change Adaptation project, Community Energy Solutions, Elecscoot Ltd, Environment Agency, Envision, Federation of Small Businesses, National Industrial Symbiosis Programme (NISP), North East Chambers of Commerce, RENEW, Tees Valley Green Business Network and UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP), among others.
A copy of the summary report of the study is available from the UKCIP website at or can be requested by post from UKCIP, Union House, 12-16 St Michael's Street, Oxon OX1 2DU.
In a study based on climate scenarios provided by the UK Climate Impacts Program (UKCIP), Donaldson et al.