The discussions at COP reinforced that most global leaders in government, industry and civil society understand the immediate threat to humanity from climate change. But what do the rest of us think? The International Universities Climate Alliance asked 12,717 people from 12 countries in Europe, North America, Asia and Australia for their views on climate change.
The role of technical innovation in responding to climate change is of great interest to universities – researchers are investing time into developing technologies, and two discussion events during the #ClimateTalks Festival 2021 were dedicated to the topic.
Join our range of health system researchers for Global Climate Week to discuss how climate health and justice intersect. In seeking solutions, we must consider how colonial ideologies and practices around climate change can impact on our peoples. As Rhys Jones wrote, “It is not possible to understand and address climate-related health impacts for Indigenous peoples…
We are looking for an inspiring student to meet our challenge for the opportunity to complete a two-week paid virtual internship with the International Universities Climate Alliance during COP27.
Extreme weather and climate: from atmospheric processes to impacts on ecosystems and society
Joint winners announced for 2021 #ClimateTalks Global Hackathon
What does climate change mean to you? Tell us how you feel about climate during COP
At COP26 in Glasgow, we’ll see action from governments, business and industry to secure global net zero by 2050 – and it’s universities which bring the solutions.
The latest IPCC report already considers as “very likely” the link of warming oceans and air to floods and droughts. The connection to heat waves is virtually certain
Uniting, Empowering, and Mobilizing Global Youth