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“We are on a highway to climate hell” – COP CAS student blog

“We are on a highway to climate hell” – COP CAS student blog

By: Ben Hutchins, Rosie Mammatt & Hette Houtman. After an interesting start to the 27th Conference of the Parties the overarching theme at the COP27 World Leaders Summit was abundantly clear. Something needs to be done, and fast. As UN ...
Setting the scene for COP27 – COP CAS student blog

Setting the scene for COP27 – COP CAS student blog

By: Ben Hutchins, Hette Houtman and Rosie Mammatt The 27th Conference of Parties (COP) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, has gotten underway today. The conference comes at a time when ...
Gearing up for COP27 – Climate Action Studio 2022

Gearing up for COP27 – Climate Action Studio 2022

We are fast approaching November and that means COP27 is almost upon us! The 27th UNFCCC Conference of Parties (COP) is arguably the most significant yearly event in the climate policy calendar.  The stakes are high and the situation urgent if ...
Walker Update 29 September 2022

Walker Update 29 September 2022

Thursday, September 29, 2022 Welcome to the Walker Update, bringing you up to speed with the latest developments from the Walker Institute and the wider climate science field. We’ve been busy with projects, building ...
Community-centred advocacy using visual methods

Community-centred advocacy using visual methods

Introduction Dr Grady Walker, Walker Institute Interdisciplinary Research Fellow ran training workshops for farmers in Mukono, Uganda.  The workshops provided training for the participants in visual storytelling using video.  Participants ...
Food Systems Thinking Training at the Foodbiosystems Doctoral Training Partnership

Food Systems Thinking Training at the Foodbiosystems Doctoral Training Partnership

Dr Harley Pope from Walker designed and delivered three workshops for the Summer School at Queen’s University, Belfast, assisted by Konstantina Pratta, also from Walker. Their aim was to help PhD students from across the UK to structure and ...
Walker Update 21 July 2022

Walker Update 21 July 2022

Dear Colleagues, Welcome to the Walker Update, bringing you up to speed with the latest developments from the Walker Institute and the wider climate science field. We’ve been busy with projects, building collaborative relationships and ...
New Participatory Photography Paper Published by Dr Grady Walker and Team

New Participatory Photography Paper Published by Dr Grady Walker and Team

Thursday, February 18, 2021 Dr Grady Walker, Senior Research Officer at the Walker Institute, recently published a paper in the International Journal of Qualitative Methods (IJQM) with colleagues from the School of ...
Walker Takes Interactive Theatre to UNDRR’s Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction, Bali, Indonesia, May 2022

Walker Takes Interactive Theatre to UNDRR’s Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction, Bali, Indonesia, May 2022

Pen Cabot, Walker Business Development Director, attended UNDRR’s Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (GPDRR), GP2022 7th Session, Bali, Indonesia, 23-28 May 2022.  She led our interactive theatre initiative and met with stakeholders ...
Walker Institute Partners with Historic England to Protect Thousands Year Old Wetland Archaeology Threatened by Climate Change

Walker Institute Partners with Historic England to Protect Thousands Year Old Wetland Archaeology Threatened by Climate Change

Heritage is at risk from climate change: a fact well known to those who gathered at the beautiful Henley Business School’s Greenlands campus from 19 to 20 May for a participatory workshop on “Climate Adaptation Options for Drought-Vulnerable ...