COP27 has snuck up on the world again (except, if you're up to date with British Politics, it really hasn't...) Last year we talked with many of Nottingham's researchers about COP26 and we still think those conversations are incredibly important this year. So get ready to RE-ENGAGE with Matthew Rendall for the Youth and Future Generations day at COP27...
Matthew Rendall joins Ben to talk about the ethics of financing climate change solutions. Is it justifiable to fund greenhouse gas mitigation through deficit spending? Matthew brings Ben up to speed on his latest research.
Knowledge, Engaged is brought to you by The Institute of Policy and Engagement at the University of Nottingham, to bring together the ground-breaking research done at Nottingham and you, the listener. Join us as we explore the work the researchers are doing and how it makes a difference in the world around them.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this episode was recorded virtually, so we apologise for any dips in audio quality, but the fascinating content remains.
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Matthew's blog: https://tinyurl.com/atsty6rx
Matthew's Climate Policy Paper: https://tinyurl.com/8v65mddk
Climate Matters by John Broome: https://tinyurl.com/r42r4apk
Matthew's bio and Research: https://tinyurl.com/sm892n85
The Institute for Policy and Engagement: https://tinyurl.com/yh46zla8
UoN's COP Pages: https://tinyurl.com/3x3hwbf9
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