Science writer, Lauren Fuge has reflected, that throughout history our world has been shaped and created by societies imagining how they want things to be. Storytelling has always had a central role in how we make sense of our environment, in making decisions about how we act and change things.
For Earth Day 2023, we invite you to join us in a Poetry Slam Festival and explore together how we can re-imagine our world. We welcome students, staff and community to join us.
Our researchers shared their insights from the Caribbean, Africa, Europe, Latin America and Australia-Pacific on some of the challenges and opportunities in preparing for the future.
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, or UNFCCC is the United Nations entity tasked with supporting the global response to the threat of climate change. The 27th Conference of the Parties (‘COP’) was held on the 6th – 18th November 2022 at Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt.
The International Association for Urban Climate (IAUC) and the American Meteorological Society (AMS) warmly invite you to the joint 11th International Conference on Urban Climate (ICUC11) to be held in Sydney, Australia, from August 28th to September 1st, 2023.
This webinar will discuss the role of scenarios as devices to understand near-futures of electricity in the face of the transition to net zero.
The Teal tool is developed by the World Energy & Meteorology Council to help climate leaders and educators knowledge share for better decision making.
The Green Gown Awards recognise the exceptional sustainability initiatives being undertaken by universities and colleges.
Alliance of top universities urge G20 leaders to prioritise net zero emissions.
We are a growing network of people from over 400 higher education institutions across the world, working together to promote nature on our campuses, in our supply chains and within our cities and communities. We were founded by UNEP and University of Oxford in partnership with the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
Hokkaido Summer lnstitute(HSI), one of the largest summer schools in Japan, is a program that brings together world-leading researchers with proven educational and research records, and provides educational courses in cooperation with the Hokkaido University (HU) faculty members.
Each year, The Earthshot Prize launches a global search for the innovative solutions to our five Earthshots. We scour the globe for the breakthrough solutions that can solve the biggest environmental challenges, whilst mentoring the inspiring individuals and groups behind them to accelerate their impact.
The Planetary Health Alliance is a consortium of over 300 universities, non-governmental organizations, research institutes, and government entities from around the world committed to understanding and addressing global environmental change and its health impacts.
The Net Zero Tracker aims to increase transparency and accountability of net zero targets pledged by nations, states and regions, cities and companies.
Climate Students Movement aims to empower students to help universities become bold climate leaders, and in that way give climate science the credibility it needs to be followed in our societies. We students are the lifeblood of universities and colleges. When organised and united, it gives us power to put pressure on them to start following their own climate science.
Recordings from our student leaders, climate innovators and experts at #ClimateTalks exploring how climate change is transforming the future of work for the next generation.
Representing countries with some of the highest density cities on Earth, Asian cities have a critical role in both reducing emissions and planning for resilience.