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.
Conference focused on reducing carbon emissions from the built environment, low carbon heat, climate resilience, and climate finance.
Cities are complex systems encompassing infrastructure, health, and social and economic factors so reslience strategies must incorporate the reduction of poverty and inequality.
Hosted by Politics & International Relations, this series of recorded events offered fascinating insights into current challenges in global climate policy.
By facilitating a novel decentralized climate organization, blockchain technology holds promise to foster global cooperation to tackle climate change.
Recent science may take us a long way to an anser on how best to achieve global progress on improving soil.
Predictions from Jamie Livingstone, Head of Oxfam Scotland, for the COP-26 conference in November.
[X]ceptional: The COP26 Challenge is a new initiative for students in the College of Social Sciences to present their own, original research that engages with any element of climate change.
About Glasgow University research input to first report of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Microplastics, focused on the control of microplastic fibres.
Additional powers: Better understanding? Better scrutiny? A new report on Scotland’s new budget powers
A joint working paper with the Scottish Parliament’s Information Centre and the University of Strathclyde looking at levels of understanding of Scotland’s new budget powers.