Panel discussion: 'Post-COP28 Debrief: Does the agreement go far enough?'

17 January 2024

Portrait of Professor Myles Allen

with Professor Myles Allen
Professor of Geosystem Science

Myles Allen is Professor of Geosystem Science in the School of Geography and the Environment and Department of Physics, University of Oxford. He served on the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and was a Coordinating Lead Author for ...

Portrait of Dr Nicola Ranger

with Dr Nicola Ranger
Leader, Resilience and International Development Programme, Environmental Change Institute

Dr Nicola Ranger leads the Resilience and International Development Programme of the Environmental Change Institute. She is also Executive Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Systemic Resilience and a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute fo...

COP28 closed with an agreement, that for the first time in three decades, includes oil and gas.

But what does the agreement mean in real terms? And is keeping the global temperature limit of 1.5°C within reach?

Join us as our panel of academics share their thoughts after attending COP28 and look forward to what it means for COP29 and the world over the coming years.

Panel:

  • Professor Myles Allen, Director, Oxford Net Zero
  • Dr Abrar Chaudhury, Senior Associate, Oxford Net Zero & Research Fellow, Said Business School
  • Professor Benito Müller, Convener International Climate Policy Research, Environmental Change Institute (Chair)
  • Dr Nicola Ranger, Director, Oxford Martin Programme on Systemic Resilience
  • Professor Mette Morsing, Director, Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment

This talk was in conjunction with Oxford Net Zero and Oxford Climate Research Network.