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COP26 Cities, Regions and Built Environment: expert comment

Today's theme at the COP26 conference in Glasgow is 'Cities, Regions and Built Environment'. Read comment and opinions from our University of Warwick experts, and find out how their work contributes to reaching global climate goals.

Thu 11 Nov 2021, 10:50 | Tags: Climate change, University of Warwick, industry, WMG, climate, COP26, Transport

Oceans in focus at COP26 - Expert Comment

"We often hear the discourse that ‘we need to save the planet’ whereas the reality is that the planet will be just fine, it’s us that won’t be." Dr Jess Savage from Global Sustainable Development, comments on the need to change humanity's relationship with the natural environment.


Expert comment - International Development Committee and climate adaptation

Dr Morten Byskov and Professor Keith Hyams of PAIS welcome the International Development Committee report's recognition of the importance of promoting fair and equitable access to climate adaptation and the need to integrate the knowledge of vulnerable communities, and highlight areas where stronger recommendations would be useful.


International Development Committee calls for easier access to ‘climate finance’ funds - expert comment

Dr Celine Tan, Warwick Law School and Director, GLOBE, comments on the Climate Finance aspects of the International Development Committee report - Global Britain in demand: UK climate action and international development around COP26, published today, and the UK COP26 Presidency's Climate Finance Delivery Plan, published yesterday.


Countries lobbying to weaken UN climate recommendations - expert comment

Dr Tom Pettinger comments on reports that a number of countries are pushing the UN to water down a forthcoming report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) into how best to limit global warming.


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