Glasgow Caledonian University academics have secured almost £100,000 funding from the Net Zero Technology Centre to develop methods that will unlock pools of hydrocarbon located on the UK Continental Shelf in a more environmentally friendly way.
Prof. Pamela Gilles has guided the University to its preeminent position in Higher Education in widening participation, developing vital areas of research, and promoting strategic international relations to benefit Scotland.
Prof. Sebastien Chastin, who has put GCU on the world map for influencing global health policy and research excellence, is lead author of a policy briefing highlighting the co-benefits of climate action to be presented to COP26 delegates during the two-week summit in Glasgow.
More than 2500 S3 secondary pupils from schools across the city will gather at a special conference at Glasgow Caledonian University for the duration of the COP26 to debate different aspects of the climate emergency with a female twist.
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