COP26 Climate Change Conference in Glasgow: A Watershed Moment for the World?

The UN Climate Change Conference at the start of November in Glasgow will bring countries together in the hope of collectively finding answers to the global challenges posed by climate change. The Conference also constitutes a forum for actors from across the globe to draw attention to their projects. The Foundation is also on site to shine a spotlight at some key features at the most important climate event of the year. Find out more.

Robert Bosch Stiftung | October 2021
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What it's all about

...and how the Robert Bosch Stiftung is contributing.

Curbing the threat posed by the greenhouse effect will require binding mitigation measures and drastically higher financial pledges to be agreed upon at the UN Climate Summit in Glasgow in early November. The Foundation is also on site to shine a spotlight at some key features at the most important climate event of the year. Read about the most pressing issues the summit will focus on and which topics we as a foundation are prioritizing in our work on climate change.

These are our experts

Dr. Gerrit Hansen is program director in the field of climate change at the Robert Bosch Stiftung. One focus of her work is the restoration of ecosystems and the restructuring of food systems to address the climate crisis.

Read her opinion pieces on COP26:

Raphaela Schweiger is program director in the field of migration at the Robert Bosch Stiftung. She works, amongst other, on the interlinkages between climate change and human mobility.

Read her opinion pieces on COP26:

Dr. Kathrin Strobel is program director in the field of inequality at the Robert Bosch Stiftung. She is working on the topic of climate justice at the UN Climate Change Conference.

Read her opinion piece on COP26: