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2015 Paris Climate Conference Hub #UConnTalksClimate

The University of Connecticut sent twelve students, four faculty, and two representatives from the Office of Environmental Policy to Paris for events relating to the COP21 Climate Summit. This cohort of students, staff, and faculty will attend several climate change related events and programs including the Global Landscapes Forum, EarthUniversity, and Solutions COP21.

In Response to COP21

Blogs from UConn@COP21 inspired plenty of comments, emails and tweets from colleagues and friends, and even lengthier reflections from a few of our readers.  If you would like to add your guest blog or longer opinion piece about COP21, the Paris Agreement, UConn@COP21, etc. to this webpage, we invite (and welcome) your contribution. 

Please send your drafts to envpolicy@uconn.edu with COP21 in the subject header so that we can add your screed to our guest forum.    

Meet the Students

Click here to check out profiles of the students that traveled to Paris with UConn.

Faculty Highlights

Mark Urban, faculty co-chair of UConn @COP21 recently co-authored an article for The New York Times:

T-Shirt Weather in the Arctic (with UConn video), Published by The New York Times, February 5th, 2016

UConn@COP21 News and Blogs

Climate Change, the Supreme Court and Presidential Politics, Published by OEP Blog, February 18th, 2016

Reflections on COP21, Published by OEP Blog, January 13th, 2016

#COP 21: A Student's Perspective, Published by NextGenClimate, December 16th, 2015

Thoughts from Paris, Published by OEP Blog, December 11th, 2015

UConn's Return from COP21, Published by The Daily Campus, December 11th, 2015

UConn Travels to Paris, Published by The Daily Campus, December 7th, 2015

Bonjour from UConn@COP21 Published by OEP Blog, December 4th, 2015

UConn Co-Sponsored Events in Paris

 

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