Cabot Institute for the Environment Annual Lecture: COP26 – are you paying attention?

In this webinar, discover the different perspectives and analyses of those who regularly attend and what they think we should be looking out for and paying attention to at this year’s COP26 event.

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What outcomes do we need to see at this year’s United Nations climate talks (COP26) that haven’t happened in previous years?

About this event

Join us for the Cabot Institute for the Environment’s prestigious Annual Lecture where we will discover the different perspectives and analyses of our speakers. From youth and justice, to journalism and government, we will hear what they think we should be looking out for and paying attention to at this year’s event and what we really need to see happen.

Joining us will be:

  • Mya-Rose Craig (Birdgirl) – young birder, naturalist, environmentalist & writer
  • Journalist Leo Hickman, Director and Editor of Carbon Brief;
  • Mia Kett, Cabinet Office COP Unit
  • Cabot Institute Associate Director and University of Bristol lead on COP26, Professor Paul Bates CBE FRS, will be chairing the event.
    There will be an opportunity for the audience to ask questions to the panel.

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