As part of Stirling Science Festival
In November 2021, world leaders, journalists and the global environmental policy community came together for the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as COP26 in Glasgow.
In this series of bite-sized lectures, researchers at the University of Stirling explain how their research relates to the activities at COP26 and how it will contribute to our future understanding of the impact of climate change. They come from all parts of the University and illustrate the breadth and depth of research which will be needed over the next few years, as action to limit the impacts of global heating enters a critical phase.
Through building a shared understanding of climate change, we can each do our part to create a cleaner, greener and fairer planet for future generations.
More about the lectures can be found here
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