Look through our COP26 resources below and find out more about the global significance of this event.
Leeds researchers offer an overview of the UNFCCC, COP, and the role Leeds can play in the run up to COP26.
This animation explains the science behind climate change, the impact that climate change is having, and what can be done about it.
Recordings from our week of events that focused on climate action across different scales and collaboration amongst a range of stakeholders.
Read our blog that was first published by the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit.
Pre-COP26 briefing notes on how likely we are to stay within 1.5°C of warming and what we mean by a 1.5°C pathway.
Dr Martin Frick from the UNFCCC outlines the role that researchers can play in raising the ambition for climate action in the lead up to COP26.
An article from Professor Richard Beardsworth, Head of School - School of Politics and International Studies. Published by Open Access Government.
RINGO Co-Focal Point Tracy Bach highlights how researchers can most effectively engage in the UN climate change negotiations.
Short online courses covering topics of climate change, sustainability and environmental management for learners of all ages.
A blog post by Dr Neil Crawford from the School of Geography, and Dr Michael Mikulewicz of Glasgow Caledonian University.
In the run up to COP26, PhD researcher Anne Sietsma tells us why the Global Conference of Youth (COY) is so important, and how you can get your voice heard at COP26.
Richard Beardsworth examines the UK's presidency in the run-up to COP27 in Egypt and the implications of Russia's invasion of Ukraine for political leadership on climate.