Priscus Godonou’s runner-up entry in [X]ceptional, an opportunity for students in College of Social Sciences to present their own original research on any element of climate change.
Presidency theme theme focusing on how communities are adapting their worlds or preparing for the worst impacts of climate change.
César De la Fuente was empowered to enter the [X]ceptional Challenge with a video presentation examining the role of gender in issues of sustainability.
Maryam ElAzzawy’s successful entry in [X]ceptional was inspired and informed by her personal experience of living and working in a developing country.
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.
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.
Academics, policymakers and climate leaders from ASEAN and the UK discuss the role that universities play in the prevention of climate related disasters.
Predictions from Jamie Livingstone, Head of Oxfam Scotland, for the COP-26 conference in November.