Rami Zaatari‘s successful 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. In this single poster Rami clearly and concisely summarises the background, context, objectives and policy gap in Morocco’s journey towards net-zero targets. This work concludes with a number of…
For over 50 years, social science research has helped inform our understanding of the human drivers of climate change and, more recently, how our behaviours can contribute to achieving Net Zero.
This has included research on the environmental impacts of economic growth, the impacts of urbanisation and the risks that climate change can have on inequalities.
Research from the University of Glasgow’s College of Social Sciences engages across the full breadth of climate issues. Here we showcase this research, the work of our academics and Schools, and the events that we ran as part of the COP26 conference in Glasgow in November 2021.