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Leaving it in the ground: Post COP26 reflections and looking ahead

Leaving it in the ground: Post COP26 reflections and looking ahead

2nd December 2021, Online

10.30-11.30 GMT / 11.30 – 12.30 CET

Registration Closed

About the Event

Please join us for an interactive session where we reflect on how it went and consider the implications of the issues raised and the progress of climate negotiations made during the COP26 Summit in Glasgow.

Professor Mike Bradshaw and Dr Caroline Kuzemko will give their commentary on “where next Post COP26”, using examples from their research on the complex politics of global and national energy transitions and of accelerating sustainable change towards cleaner and more equitable alternatives.

 The event will take the format of a presentation followed by Q&A section with participants.

About the Speakers

Professor Michael Bradshaw

Michael Bradshaw is Professor of Global Energy at Warwick Business School at the University of Warwick. His research focuses on the interface between economic and political geography, energy studies, and international relations. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, where he formerly served as Vice President, and a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. He holds an MA from the University of Calgary in Alberta and a PhD from the University of British Columbia. He is the author of the book Global Energy Dilemmas (2014) published by Polity Press and co-editor of Global Energy: Issues, Potentials and Policy Implications (2015) published by Oxford University Press. He is currently writing a book on the geopolitics of natural gas. He is also involved in UKERC and Horizon 2020 projects examining the development of unconventional oil and gas.


Dr Caroline Kuzemko

Dr Caroline Kuzemko, Associate Professor in International Political Economy, Department of Politics and International Studies. She is Deputy Leader of the research theme ‘Energy in a Global Context’, and PI of the ‘Beyond Brexit: UK Zero Carbon Energy Policy’ project.