A panel discussion to address the question: 'What needs to happen at COP26 for it to be a success?'
A discussion on what needs to happen at COP26 in Glasgow to mitigate the imminent ecological catastrophe of climate change.
Kate Roberts, Panel Chair
Former Royal Holloway Student Union President and Physical Geography student, and environmental activist
Interests: biodiversity loss, biogeographical implications of climate change, intersectionality of the climate crisis
Professor Klaus Dodds, Panelist
Professor of Geopolitics at Royal Holloway and Director of Research for the School of Life Sciences and Environment and Director of the Living Sustainably research catalyst.
Interests: the governance of the polar regions and the geopolitics of climate change alongside ocean conservation and the cryosphere.
Dr. Jennifer Cole, Panelist
Lecturer in Global and Planetary Health at Royal Holloway.
Interests: human influence on and adaptation to changing environmental conditions, resilience to natural hazards.
Dr. Liam F. Beiser-McGrath, Panelist
Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Politics and Director of the Politics of the Environment and Climate Change at Royal Holloway
Interests: public opinion and the political economy of climate change