Addressing the climate challenge

Joe Acton, Paul Anderson, Lauren Andres, Michael Angus, Peter Amor, Jane Arrowsmith (Editor), Henok Asmelash, Suzanne Bartington (Editor), Fredrik Bengtsson, Lovleen Bhullar, William Bloss, Berta Bonet, Susanne Börner, Nana O Bonsu, John R. Bryson, Victoria Burns, Alexander Burrows, Charles Calvert, Nigel Cassidy, Aleksandra CavoskiMartha Chadyiwa, Henry Chapman, Lee Chapman, Matthew Cockram, Lisa Degendardt, David Dickinson, Yulong Ding, Dion Dobrzynski, Mapaseka Dolo, John Dora, Marco Ercolani, Aksel Ersoy, Hisham Farag, Emma Ferranti, Rachel Fisher, Martin Freer, Nicola Goldmann, Charles Edward Goode, Sarah Greenham, Steve Gulati, Sophie Hadfield-Hill, Gavin Harper, Gabi Hegerl, Stuart Hillmansen, John Holmes, Jinhui Jeanne Huang, Camille Huser, Rob Jackson, David Jaroszweski, Ian Jefferson, Jack Johnson, Sakdirat Kaewunruen, Fisola Kelly-Akinnuoye, Graeme Kettles, Peter Kraftl, Stefan Krause, Gregor C. Leckebusch, Robert Lee, Beck Lockwood, Johannes Lohse, Estrella Luna Diez, Iseult Lynch, Rob MacKenzie, David Maddison, Joshua Makepeace, Victoria Mann, Rodrigo Marino, Natasa Mavronicola, Megan McDonald, Kate McGowan, Nicole Metje, Kelvin Ng, Jane Nicol, Cliona O'Sullivan, Neelambari Phalkey, Emily Prestwood, Nick Pyatt, Andrew Quinn, Jonathan Radcliffe, Manoj Ravi, Louise Reardon, Tim Reeder, Paul O’Regan, Louisa Remedios, Jon Roberts, Chris Rogers, Panrawee Rungskunroch, Willem van Schaik, Jeremy Swan, Ian Thomson, Helen Toft, Jiadong Tong, Fernando Botello Villagrana, Allan Walton, Ceara Wason, Catherine Weir, Ruth Wood, Jian Zhong

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Abstract

In 2021, colleagues from across the University of Birmingham community were invited to write articles about topics relevant to the COP26 climate change summit.

In this series of articles, experts from across many different disciplines provide new insight and evidence on how we might all understand and tackle climate change.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUniversity of Birmingham
Number of pages132
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 9 Sep 2021

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