Climate Change and the EU: From Evidence to Action
28 October 2021, 5:30-7:30pm CET
Online @ Sciences Po
An event in the CIVICA Public Lecture Series Tours d'Europe
Prior to the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Sciences Po will host a conversation between students, researchers and contributors from all over Europe on the impact of climate change on local communities. They will discuss the regional, national and international proposals to mitigate and adapt to climate realities.
We have asked students from across the CIVICA alliance to share their opinions about their countries’ strengths and weaknesses in tackling climate change and the role of the EU in this global struggle.
Based on their testimonials, researchers will provide context for the current challenges posed by climate change, analyse possible outcomes for the COP26 conference, and discuss the future of climate action with the public.
Join us to find out what CIVICA students think about climate change challenges and to discuss these issues with social scientists from CEU, Hertie School, LSE and Sciences Po!
More information will be available soon.
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This event is part of the CIVICA Public Lecture Series Tours d’Europe. CIVICA brings together eight leading European higher education institutions in the social sciences to mobilise and share knowledge as a public good and to facilitate civic responsibility in Europe and beyond. CIVICA was selected by the European Commission as one of the pilot European Universities under Erasmus+.