Climate Risk Summit, 29 September – 1 October

AU4DM collaborated with the UCL Climate Action Unit to deliver interactive workshops for the COP26 Universities Network. The conference took place over 3 days, complete with panel sessions and workshops to tackle the following:

29 September

Day One: ‘Characterising Climate Risks’.
Three 90 minute sessions between 11.15AM and 4.15PM

30 September

Day Two: ‘Building Resilience to Climate Hazards’.
Three 90 minute sessions between 11.15AM and 4.15PM

1 October

Day Three: ‘Communicating Climate Risk—an Interactive Workshop’
A series of sessions led by experts from the UCL Climate Action Unit and the Analysis Under Uncertainty for Decision-Makers Network.

For more information about the event, read Jo Lindsay Walton’s blog HERE.

The Toolkit is now available here:

Communicating Climate Risk—An Interactive Workshop,
Welcome & Why risk communication is difficult
Community participation and climate risk communication

A lecture given by Martine J. Barons, Director of the Applied Statistics & Risk Unit University of Warwick, at the Climate Risk Summit organised by the COP26 Universities Network

Visualising Climate Risk

By Jo Lindsay Walton, Research Fellow in Critical and Cultural Theory, Sussex Humanities Lab.