Oct 26 2021

The Royal Holloway COP26 Forum, taking place from 1-12 November, is hosting a wide range of events on campus and online, from meat-free catering options and food market (during 8-12 November), to an author talk with Tom Heap (39 Ways to Save the Planet), a student-led debate with our local councillors, the science of COP26, and poetry and other creative presentations.   

Many events can be booked now via our COP26 Forum page on Eventbrite.

New additions include a panel discussion on Health in the Anthropocene, with inter-disciplinary contributors from Humanities and the new Department of Health Studies (Tuesday 2 November, 5-6.30pm, online).

Plus English and Creative Writing colleagues explore Reading, Writing and Researching in Times of Climate Emergency (Wednesday 3 November, 11am-12.30pm, online).

Bookmark the staff intranet Sustainability page for more events and details as they are announced. From tomorrow (Wednesday 27 October), you will also be able to read our series of daily blogs by Royal Holloway researchers, focused around the UN Sustainable Development goals.