International Climate Politics after Glasgow

COP 26 of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in 2021, succeeded in keeping the prospect of limiting the rise in global temperatures to 1.5˚C alive, although as Alok Sharma noted, ‘its pulse was weak’. Since then, however, the situation has become increasingly difficult and potentially disastrous. This lecture will consider the question of how far climate negotiations can be insulated from broader political and strategic relationships.

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Dr John Vogler, Professorial Research Fellow in International Relations, University of Keele


Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum Museum Gardens York YO1 7FR

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