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COP26 mid-year progress report, & assessment of the current geopolitical drivers for accelerated Climate Action

Wednesday, July 21, 2021 - 14:00 to 17:30 Webinar
  • COP26 mid-year progress report, & assessment of the current geopolitical drivers for accelerated Climate Action

    Charles Ogilvie, Head of Strategy, COP26 Secretariat. Her Excellency Saida Muna Tasneem, High Commissioner of Bangladesh to the UK
  • UK Climate Change Risk Assessments process – Briefing on 2021 Evidence Report

    Kathryn Brown, Head of Adaptation, Committee on Climate Change
  • Climate indicators and warnings: update from global climate models and key areas of relevance for COP26

    Dr Joeri Rogelj, Director of Research, Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment
  • Clean Energy Transitions in progress – benchmarking the decarbonisation strategies of international energy producers

    Dr. James Henderson, Director, Natural Gas Research Programme, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
  • The implications and uncertainties of climate change for global security and decision-making

    Lt. Gen. Richard Nugee, Non-Exec Director, Climate Change, Ministry of Defence
  • The danger of climate as a threat multiplier – the case for Preventive Action to protect economies and smooth transition risks

    Sherri Goodman, former First Deputy Undersecretary of Defense (Env. Security), and Chair - Council on Strategic Risks
  • A Changing Climate - Defence response to climate change and strategic options

    Ruth Harris, Research Group Director, Defense, Security & Infrastructure, RAND Europe
  • National Economic Security – Key Drivers for Accelerating Clean Energy Transitions & Climate Diplomacy in the Context of COP26

    Julie Scott, Head - Energy Diplomacy, Joint Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and BEIS International Energy Unit