Dr Robin Lamboll is a Research Associate in Climate Science and Policy at Imperial’s Centre for Environmental Policy and a member of the Grantham Institute Mitigation Team. Robin’s research focuses on what humans emit into our atmosphere and what we can do about it. In this blog, Robin discusses poetry, climate change and what it takes to put together a multilingual science-poetry event at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26).
Now is the time to harmonise food and climate policies for Africa to end hunger and strengthen food system resilience
Meera Shah, Research Associate at Imperial College London’s Centre for Environmental Policy and a member of the Malabo Montpellier Panel says transforming Africa’s food systems in line with climate action is an opportunity to accelerate progress towards achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Turning climate commitments into climate action – are lawsuits the answer?
Siobhán Stack-Maddox considers what legal action involving states means in the context of net zero carbon pledges and commitments to reduce emissions.
Doctors, academics, faith leaders representing millions of people and MPs demand Boris Johnson comes up with a climate plan
Today, Prime Minister Boris Johnson received what the i newspaper calls a “flurry of letters” from doctors, academics, religious leaders,…
Why should the UK host the COP26 climate summit in 2020?
Grantham Institute lecturer Dr Joeri Rogelj, member of the United Nations’ Climate Science Advisory Group, blogs on why hosting the…