Geographers and COP26 – looking back and forward?

Geography Directions

By Alex Jackman and Liz Fox-Tucker, Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)

Geographers are central to tackling climate change. At COP26 last year – and at many related events – geographers were able to share their expertise and insights on climate change and the action necessary to limit it. The RGS-IBG have been advising, facilitating and promoting these geographical contributions widely over the last year in both the professional and academic communities. Here we highlight a small fraction of the research, reporting, public engagement, advocacy and impact that geographers are achieving around climate change and offer some suggestions as to what might come next.

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