University of Stirling and COP26

Stirling researchers are responding to society’s needs by tackling global challenges and helping to meet the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

As the world's environmental community gathers in Glasgow for COP26, our researchers are making a unique contribution to the critical debates at the heart of the international effort to combat the causes and effects of climate change.

Our distinctive research portfolio brings together the headline themes of Living Well, Culture, Communities and Society, and Global Security and Resilience, translating pioneering and insightful research into positive outcomes.

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What’s on

Get involved with our programme of events and public engagement activity.

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Insight and policy

Read the latest insights from our researchers on the Public Policy Blog.

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COP26 bite-sized lectures

Our researchers unpack the critical themes and debates of the conference through mini online lectures.

COP26 universities network

We’ve come together with partners across the UK’s higher education sector to support a successful COP26. Read more about the world of the COP26 Universities Network.