[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.
Legacy blog on the November 4 Finance, Governance, and Sustainability Event with the School of Law
Dr Ewan Gibbs reflects on his November 3rd event ‘What Can We Learn From Cuba and Scotland’
Legacy post for the Mobilising the Rule of Law in Climate Change event that took place on November 2
The Sustainability in Learning & Teaching Community of Practice aims to bring together colleagues from across the University to advance the understanding and implementation of good practice in sustainability.
By Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, one of the UK’s leading economist, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Glasgow, and a member of the Scotia Group Our transition to net-zero carbon emissions will be the most radical economic transition we’ve ever made in peacetime. The Industrial Revolution was driven by the active pursuit of profit.…
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 reslience strategies must incorporate the reduction of poverty and inequality.