Post-COP28 Webinar: What happened (or not) at COP28?
Welcome to a post-COP28 webinar exploring crucial outcomes at this year’s climate negotiations in Dubai. Were expectations met, what happened to the key questions at COP, and what disappointments and surprising twists unfolded at this year’s conference? Together we will reflect, and critically discuss final outcomes and agreements at COP28.
Our speakers will share their insights on what actually happened at COP28, discuss COP from a critical perspective, and share their perspectives on the outcomes and agreements on this year’s key questions.
Richard Choularton, LTH, Lund University
Richard Choularton's research focuses on the links between climate and food security, resilience measurement, emergency preparedness and response, and organizational learning from disasters. Richard Choularton will share his experiences and reflections from particiating at this year's COP in Dubai.
Guy Jackson, Lund university Centre for Sustainability Studies and Northumbria University.
Guy Jackson's research focuses on loss and damage and socio-ecological systems.
Guy Jackson will share his experiences and reflections from particiating at this year's COP in Dubai.
Lina Lefstad, Lund university centre for Sustainability Studies
Lina Lefstad's research focuses on carbon capture and storage technology and its climate justice implications. Lina Lefstad will share findings from her recently published study showing that the COP climate meetings are organised in a way that benefits richer and larger countries at the expense of smaller and poorer countries.
Axel Eriksson, Student at Lund University and UN Youth Delegate for Sweden in the UNFCCC.
Terese Thoni, Educational coordinator at Sustainability Forum, Lund University and contact point to the UNFCCC for Lund University..
About the event:
The webinar is organised by Lund Sustainability Forum, Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS), and Hållbart universitet.
The webinar is targeted at researchers and students from Lund University but all who are interested are more than welcome to join.
We look forward to your participation!
This year’s UN climate meeting COP28 is held between 30 November and 12 December in Dubai, UAE.
Read more about COP28 at UNFCCC's website