Amos Tai (far left), assistant professor at Chinese University’s Earth System Science Programme, Gabriel Lau, co-director of the new CUHK – University of Exeter Joint Centre for Environmental Sustainability and Resilience (Ensure), Professor Emily Chan, assistant dean (development) at CUHK Faculty of Medicine, and Gavin Shaddick, co-director of Ensure, pose next to a mock polar bear at the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, at Chinese University, Sha Tin. Photo: Handout

Chinese University teams up with University of Exeter to launch joint research project on climate change and meat eating in China

The HK$20 million Joint Centre for Environmental Sustainability and Resilience will look for solutions to global problems

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Amos Tai (far left), assistant professor at Chinese University’s Earth System Science Programme, Gabriel Lau, co-director of the new CUHK – University of Exeter Joint Centre for Environmental Sustainability and Resilience (Ensure), Professor Emily Chan, assistant dean (development) at CUHK Faculty of Medicine, and Gavin Shaddick, co-director of Ensure, pose next to a mock polar bear at the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, at Chinese University, Sha Tin. Photo: Handout
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