This is a past event
Representatives from the University of Aberdeen attended the United Nations Conference of the Parties, COP27, that took place in Eqypt from 6-18 November.
Professor David Burslem, Interdisciplinary Director for Environment and Biodiversity, Professor Frans de Vries, Chair in Environmental and Resource Economics, Business School, Adam Lambert, Vice President for Activities, Aberdeen University Students Association, Elouise Mayall and Karendeep Sidhu, PhD Candidates at the School of Biological Sciences attended the climate summit to highlight the University’s ongoing contribution to climate change research.
Staff, students and members of the public are invited to join the University of Aberdeen attendees for an online seminar taking place from 2pm-3pm on Friday 2 December.
Reflections on COP27 will include a discussion on the role of the various COP climate change conferences and provide insights into the various discussions and debates that dominated the agenda at COP27.
- Prof David Burslem, Director - Interdisciplinary Centre for Environment and Biodiversity, University of Aberdeen
- Prof Frans de Vries, Chair in Environmental and Resource Economics, Business School, University of Aberdeen
- Adam Lambert, Vice President for Activities, Aberdeen University Students Association
- Elouise Mayall, PhD Candidate, School of Biological Sciences
- Karendeep Sidhu, PhD Candidate, School of Biological Sciences, University of Aberdeen
Dr Ana Payo-payo, Research Fellow, School of Biological Sciences
- Online Event
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