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Uniting to address climate change around the world

The 26th United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26) is pivotal to the success of the global community's effort to address climate change. Notably the most important climate summit since the landmark Paris Agreement at COP21 in 2015, this is the opportunity to ask what more needs to be done and how can we do together.

In time for COP26, experts and students from the School of Global Affairs share their research-led thoughts on climate change and adaptation. They look at climate resilience, finance and indigenous knowledge to form a global perspective for this global challenge.

Alongside these thought-pieces, we're running a series of events and activities to explore academic research, policy analysis and diverse voices in addressing the current climate emergency. Find out more about King's on COP26.