In a series of interviews in the lead-up to COP26 in Glasgow, we are chatting with academics whose research is focused on sustainability and tackling climate change. Susanne Stühlinger is a PhD researcher in the School of Law involved in organising the Climate Law and Governance Day. Could you briefly discuss the main topics of…
Cities are complex systems encompassing infrastructure, health, and social and economic factors so resilience strategies must incorporate the reduction of poverty and inequality.
How the Urban Big Data Centre is working to discover climate action solutions and helping others to access the data and skills they need to do the same.
In the build-up to COP26, Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland (CNS) at the University of Glasgow is using the capabilities approach to facilitate workshops between schools in West Dunbartonshire and in Luis Cruz Martinez, Chile.
A workshop examining the future of regulation post-COVID, part of an initiative to deepen links between policy regulators and the academic community across Scotland
An Interview with Samantha Suter: Combining Citizen Science and Remote Sensing Approaches for Habitat Monitoring
We interview Samantha Suter on the importance of understanding how climate change affects biodiversity.
The Global Learning Festival seeks to provide unity and connection to communities all over the world. By participating in learning events on a wide variety of topics, across time zones and languages, you can experience firsthand the benefits that lifelong learning can bring to you.
A Scotland-Chile to amplify children’s voices in the climate change discussion is getting attention
Dr Mark Wong discusses the research that went into his event on SMART Climate Action
First in a podcast series by Professor Tomas J Scotto on government statistics, featuring an interview with a historian and genealogist on 19th centiry data collection.