COP26 and The University with Dave Reay

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Dave Reay, Professor of Carbon Management and Education in the School of Geosciences and a Director of the Edinburgh Climate Change Institute, discusses his hopes for COP26 and the university's involvement in an interview with Joséphine Foucher, Teaching Matters Co-Editor and Student Engagement Officer. This episode accompanies our November and December Hot Topic theme: COP26 and embedding the climate emergency in our teaching.

Dave begins by outlining some of the Edinburgh Climate Change Institute's (ECCI) work at the University, before expanding into all things COP26. Throughout, he contextualizes the conference, while considering interesting questions. How can climate change become embedded in our curriculum? How are students participating in the conference? What outcomes are we looking for in the conference? And climate change historically has been viewed as being all about big business or the individual, but what might a different perspective look like?

We hope you enjoy this special one-off episode of Teaching Matters!

Timestamps:

1:25 - Beginning of the interview with Dave Reay speaking about the ECCI's work at the university

6:45 - Dave and Josephine discuss student and alum involvement in COP26

10:10 - Dave on his and the ECCI's hopes for the outcomes of the conference

17:30 - Dave discusses how climate change/action can be embedded into university courses

Music for today's episode was provided by Tunesounds.

Cop26 logo provided by UK Government - https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/cop26, OGL 3, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=99448137

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