Researchers in Singapore join COP26 Universities Network

The collaboration will lead to four reports, investigating how a shift towards a lower carbon and more sustainable economy in Southeast Asian countries can be achieved

Big Zero Report 2022

The UK’s COP26 Universities Network has partnered with research centres in Singapore to develop reports with recommendations on climate action for countries in Southeast Asia.

The COP26 Universities Network is made up of more than 70 universities and research centres in the UK, working together to develop plans of action for the summit in Glasgow.

The collaboration will result in the publication of four reports just before COP26, which have been labelled ‘Adaptation and Resilience’, ‘Energy Transition’, ‘Green Finance’ and ‘Nature-based Solutions’.

The aim of these will be a shift towards a lower carbon and more sustainable economy in Southeast Asian countries.

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