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Reflections on COP27-
Representatives from the University of Aberdeen attended the United Nations Conference of the Parties, COP27, that took place in Eqypt from 6-18 November.
Do We Need to Remove Carbon Dioxide from the Atmosphere to Meet our Climate Targets?-
The Paris Climate Agreement states the goal of keeping global temperature increases well below 2 degrees C above preindustrial times, with every effort being made to keep them lower than 1.5 degrees C.To do this, we have to reduce greenhouse gas emissions immediately and aggressively across all sectors of the...
Amplifying Women's Voices for Climate Change-
A panel discussion as part of our International Women's Day and British Science Week programme of events.
An Overview of the Paris Agreement after COP26-
AUCEL Energy Seminar Series 2021-2022: Professor Voigt will give a brief overview of the topics that were discussed at COP26 as well as their outcome.
Transitions in food systems, land use change and it's effects on biodiversity-
Join us for this online event and hear from researcher Dr Roslyn Henry about their research on climate, biodiversity and land-use.
UK Rice Research Consortium 2021-
Targeted at delegates who are research group leaders and advanced researchers in this topic
AUCEL COP26 Panel Discussion Series-
Join us for critical overviews of COP26 negotiations in November 2021.
Cop26: Sustainable Futures-
A series of expert-led online panel discussions exploring topics such as renewable energy, transport, climate change and net-zero.
The Energy and Climate Crisis in Africa - Lessons from colonialism, sustainable business models and resilient African communities-
As part of our Black History Month and COP26 celebrations this event will explore the way in which Africa has approached the climate crisis and the lessons that can be learned from this approach.