Paris 2015: Politics, Policies and Principles
A constituent event of the ESRC Festival of Social Science.
International Panel on Marine Biodiversity, Climate and the COP
Head of UN Convention on Biodiversity and former head of International Union for Conservation of Nature to address Edinburgh researchers, 25 November 2015
The Paris Climate Talks: Politics, Policies and Principles
With funding and support from the Political Studies Association (PSA) the ESRC Festival of Science and the University of Edinburgh’s Global Environment & Society Academy (GESA), the PSA specialist groups on Environmental Politics and French Politics came together in late November to host the forum on the December 2015 Paris climate talks.
Edinburgh Sustainability Jam 2015
The Global Sustainability Jam (GSJ) is a platform for people interested in a creative approach to sustainability to come together and develop viable solutions to a global sustainability issue.
GESA 2015 Postgraduate Welcome Event
Information on the Welcome Event.
GESA September Reading Group - Bees
The first of our Masters Reading Groups we will be an interdisciplinary reflection on the protection of bees with Dr Apolline Roger and Dr Rebecca Marsland.
GESA December Reading Group - Marine
This event is delivered by the Global Environment and Society Academy with the Edinburgh Marine Network and is open to all University of Edinburgh Masters students.
March GESA Doctoral Network Meeting
How to engage different social groups with climate change adaptation and activism
April GESA Doctoral Network meeting
We’re doing something a little bit different for this month’s GESA Doctoral Network.
Climate Week Salon
Join us for this Visions for Change salon exploring the complexity and challenges of climate change.
BRODIES Environmental Law Lectures - 3 - 15 Years of National Parks (Scotland) Act 2000
On behalf of Brodies LLP, Edinburgh Law School would like to invite you to the third Brodies Environmental Law Lecture Series taking place on 19 March 2015.
Environment and Health Under the Microscope Series
Dr Kate Heal and Dr Jeremy Langrish will discuss the impact of pollution which limits the availability of safe drinking water and clean air and how we might reduce the risks to the global population. Register for this free event.