University of Leeds staff and students were involved in over 45 events at COP26. You can catch up with some of them here.
Professor Piers Forster joined a panel to address the questions: How do you move from global- to local-level net-zero targets, and what are the challenges and opportunities that this process comes along with?Watch now
Dr Kate Lonsdale provided critical reflections on the Strategic Priorities Fund UK Climate Resilience Programme and offer useful lessons for applied climate resilience research for researchers, funders and users of research in policy and practice in the global south and north.Watch now
Dr Lata Narayanaswamy chaired this session that explored the potential for arts, culture and heritage research and practice to include and address gender and diversity in the climate resilience conversation.Watch now
Professor Jason Lowe shared lessons from the latest science-informed climate stress tests across several countries and showcase how next generation science can inform finance to align with Paris goals.Watch now
Professor Greg Marsden offered insights into how local initiatives can engage and empower people to achieve climate-safe, healthy and inclusive transport systems and behaviours.Watch now
Professor Jason Lowe explored best-practice in the use of science to support ambitious climate action, covering engineering, social and political science. A set of case studies helped advance understanding of how science can support the net-zero transition.Watch now
Organised by PRAXIS, this event will drew on real world examples to explore the growing impact that climate change has on Indigenous communities and their livelihood, and the often overlooked role of Indigenous knowledge and practices as a resource for addressing climate change.Watch now
Dr Stephen Whitfield spoke at this event that showcased innovative approaches to strengthen the African food system's resilience.Watch now
Professor Piers Forster and Professor Jason Lowe join a panel to present the 2021 rebound in carbon emissions from the Global Carbon Project and consider: What does this mean for 1.5°C ambition? What are the impacts and risks of continued warming? How can we build greater resilience to those risks?Watch now
Real Zero in a hurry: key messages on transport decarbonisation
Professor Greg Marsden shared key messages and lessons learned from DecarboN8.
Organised by PRAXIS, this event presented real world examples from across the globe to explore ways that Arts, Culture and Heritage can address issues of food and agricultural sustainability and resilience while also considering the needs of marginalised groups and transforming social inequalities.Watch now