Climate Exp0 is the first virtual conference from the COP26 Universities Network and the Italian University Network for Sustainable Development (RUS).
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A growing group of more than 55 UK-based universities and research centres working together to raise ambition for tangible outcomes from COP26.
Read the latest briefing from the COP26 Universities Network on the benefits of nature-based solutions for climate change action, biodiversity, and wellbeing.
Alyssa Gilbert explores how the COP26 Universities Network is building relationships between academics and policymakers to make COP26 a success.
The COP26 Universities Group, including the University of Bath, are invited to contribute to the UKRI-COP26 Adaption and Resilience online events series.
Professor Nick Pearce has been appointed as Subject Editor to Science, Society and Policy, a new section in the Royal Society Open Science journal.
Iulia Cioroianu joins the Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies as Assistant Professor after completing IPR Prize Fellowship.
Colleagues from across the University are playing a vital role in the organisation and delivery of Climate Exp0, ahead of COP26 in November.
President Emeritus of Olin College, Professor Richard Millar, will reflect on 20 years at Olin College and the future of undergraduate education.
In this event, co-hosted with the Department of Economics, Dr Jan Vlieghe will discuss the outlook for the economy and monetary policy.