Tyndall Centre for Climate Change (2000, University of East Anglia; >200 researchers; https://www.tyndall.ac.uk/)
The Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research brings scientists, economists, engineers, and social scientists together from multiple universities to do research and communication on climate change and to incorporate this into ideas for sustainable development. TCCCR partners with University of East Anglia, Cardiff University, University of Manchester, Newcastle University, and Fudan University.
The website serves as an aggregator for news, blogs, and publications on climate change and its drivers, and on sustainable development potentials. Projects include numerous classes and trainings sponsored by member universities.
Leadership: Robert Nicholls, director
Budget: From 2000 to 2010 the Tyndall Centre was core-funded at £19m by the Natural Environment Research Council, the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council, and the Economic and Social Research Council. In the years since core funding came to end, Tyndall partners receive several million per year in project funding, from public and private consultations on how to respond to climate change.