As COP26 gets underway, explore several stunning images of University of York researchers as they conduct climate change related research. The exhibition, running 1 November to 29 November 2021, is free and open to all ages at the York Explore Library and Archive.
Opening times: Monday to Thursday (9am to 8pm); Friday (10am to 6pm); Saturday (9am to 5pm); Sunday (11am to 4pm).
York researchers have been providing evidence ahead of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) to help policymakers set their net zero carbon targets for 2050. This exhibition takes you on their research journey, allowing you to see them at work, the beautiful environments they aim to protect as well as the harsh realities of climate change.
Sheila Perry, Research and Reputation Marketing Manager, University of York
This exhibition is open to all (no booking required - click 'book now' for location).
Whether you’re an environmentalist, an aspiring climate change researcher or simply appreciate good photography, you will be treated to an array of inspiring and thought-provoking images.
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