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Climate scientists present in Glasgow. How did the research contribute?

In what way did the research at Stockholm University contribute to the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow? Several of Stockholm University's climate researchers were present during the climate meeting. What was it like to sit in on the negotiations? What did the researchers take home? See four filmed interviews with Karin Bäckstrand, Alasdair Skelton, Suanne Segovia and Ayşem Mert.

 

Karin Bäckstrand, professor in Environmental Social Science at Stockholm University and member of the Climate Policy Council was present at the COP26 climate meeting in Glasgow. During COP26, she participated in the launch of a network for national climate councils. See interview.

 

Read more about Karin Bäckstrand's research.

 

Alasdair Skelton, professor at the Department of Geological Science, was present at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow. Research focus: the carbon cycle in the atmosphere and climate change from a geological perspective. See the interview.

 

Read more about Alasdair Skelton's research.

 

Suanne Segovia from Stockholm University is present at the COP26 climate meeting in Glasgow. She is a doctoral student at the Department of Economic History and International Relations and a participant in the GlocalClim project. At COP26 in Glasgow, she meets, among other things, representatives of indigenous peoples to discuss their role in climate adaptation. Here is an interview from the climate meeting with Suanne Segovia.

 

Read more about Suanne Segovias' research.
Read more about the project Glocalizing Climate Governance: The role of Integrated Governance for a Just and Legitimate Adaptation to Climate Risks.

 

Ayşem Mert, associate professor in political sciece, was present at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow. How will climate policy develop after the pandemic? Se the interview.

 

Read more about Aysem Mert's research