✺ Climate Emergency Economy — What’s missing from agenda at COP26? – Open

November 7, 2021 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Speaker: GEF with support of Green House Think Thank, Wetenschappelijk Bureau GroenLinks, and Green Foundation Ireland

Event type: In-person


For COP26 to deliver the shift the world’s economies require to limit temperature rise to 1.5℃ the right question need to be on the Agenda. This event will bring together a panel of academics, campaigners, politicians and thinkers to reflect on the agenda for COP26, and crucially what’s missing. 


 Chaired by Carla Denyer, Co-leader of Green Party of England and Wales 

  • Professor Julian Allwood, Professor of Engineering and the Environment at the University of Cambridge, and Head of the Use Less Group and UK FIRES 
  • Jean Baylock, Campaign and Policy manager for Global Justice Now 
  • Dr. Frank Habineza, MP Democratic Green Party of Rwanda
  • Laline Paull, Author, playwright and screenwriter 
  • Natalie Bennett, Member of the House of Lords 

More information Here

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