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  • Interested in finding out more about the issues around climate change?
  • Want to know how our research is helping address the crisis?
  • Keen to hear from experts about what world leaders need to agree on at COP28 and share your views?

Then come along to ‘COP28: Time for actions not words’, an engaging event, organised by the Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy at King’s, featuring:

  • Places without Postcards’, a brand-new visual exhibition highlighting key areas of the world that many might not have heard of but are vitally important in the story of climate change.
  • Interactive and informal activities hosted by our academics and students around the climate crisis including: 
    • Do digital technologies help mitigate climate change or make it worse?
    • What are your favourite memories of UK weather and what will you miss as it changes?
    • Learn more about wildfires, climate justice and our work capturing video of fires from space.
    • What does heritage mean in times of accelerated climate change?
    • Chat with members of the KCL Environmental Society about key climate topics.
    • Engage with our students’ research.
    • Explore and share your own priorities for action.
  • A panel discussion: ‘What action is needed from COP28’ featuring:
    • Professor Frans Berkhout, Assistant Principal (King’s Climate & Sustainability)
    • Professor Sarah Bracking, Professor of Climate & Society and Head of the Department of International Development.
    • Dr Duraid Jalili, founder and co-Director of the Environmental Security Research Group at King’s
    • Dr Tomas Maltby, Reader in International Politics working primarily on issues around climate and energy policy.

Taking place in The Exchange in Bush House NE, we hope you can join us for what promises to be an informative and engaging evening, at which there will be a bar with drinks provided. The event is free to attend, but places are limited, so register now to reserve your space.

At this event

Frans Berkhout

Assistant Principal (King’s Climate & Sustainability)

Sarah Bracking

Professor of Climate and Society

Tomas  Maltby

Reader in International Politics