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The special edition podcast, COP26: we got this helps prepare listeners for the ideas, issues and debates surrounding the 26th United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26).
Brought to you by the Australian National University and King’s College London, it covers what is happening with climate change, diplomacy, finance and adaptation – and ultimately, how nations across the globe can come together to solve these complex issues.
Rachel Harrington-Abrams and Dr James Porter set out the challenges of…
Marc Lepere from the Department of International…
Dr Vinicius de Carvalho, Daniel Alves, Victor…
Dr Tamsin Edwards explores what is COP26 and…
A feature in the series 'Brazilian Voices on the…
The first feature in the series 'Brazilian Voices…
Championing research on peace, leadership, development and security, both in Africa and globally – and empowering the voice of African youth.
Coordinating and developing research and study on and with Brazil – and linking with Brazilian organisations in education, culture, business and government.
Addressing global challenges and pressing environmental, urban and social issues through research, teaching and policy development.
Exploring the complex social determinants of health, illness and ageing through unique and interdisciplinary research, teaching and policy development.
Delivering research and teaching on contemporary India, including its intellectual development, challenges and economic growth.
Analysing development challenges and emerging economies – through innovative, contemporary and interdisciplinary research and teaching.
Leading research and innovative study on contemporary China, including its economy, society, business and politics.
Investigating and teaching on Australia, with a focus on Indigenous Knowledge and public policy – while also driving collaborative research with Australian institutions.
Research on development, leadership, peace and security in Africa.
Research on Australia, including UK relations and indigenous knowledges.
Research on contemporary Brazil in the UK and worldwide.
Research on contemporary China in the UK and worldwide.
Research on urban studies, geocomputation, environment & development, hazards & risk, environment…
Research on health policy, social justice, bioethics and ageing.
Research on contemporary India in the UK and worldwide.
Research on emerging economies and development.
Director, Lau China Institute
Director, King's Brazil Institute
Head of School Administration, School of Global Affairs
Head, School of Global Affairs
Director, African Leadership Centre
Head, Department of Global Health & Social Medicine
Head, Department of International Development
Head, Department of Geography
Director, King's India Institute
25 November 2021
King’s academics, in collaboration with the Latin America Bureau, launch a new three-part podcast…
16 November 2021
A generation of billionaire entrepreneurs from China are making waves around the world with…
29 November 2021
This event will launch a new book by Professor Rob van den Berg, exploring sustainable development.
30 November 2021
This event will explore how the more-than-human relations that contribute to landslide/disaster risk…
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