As countries worldwide set their sights on sustainable recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, this is a pivotal moment to transform to more sustainable, more equitable and more resilient societies and economies.

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Young People and Climate Change

This British Academy briefing connects the structural disadvantage experienced by many young people in low- and middle-income countries, to the upheaval, uncertainty and stress caused by climate change. 

Beyond Climate Neutrality

Policy paper by the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU).

A net zero climate-resilient future: science, technology and the solutions for change

Ahead of COP26 the Royal Society (UK) sought wide-ranging input from the global scientific community to produce the Climate change: science and solutions briefings. Read the overview and twelve briefings below.

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Photo: Bell’s bridge in Glasgow leads towards the Scottish Event Campus, where COP26 took place (Dun Deagh via Flickr).

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