Thomas Hale awarded prestigious COP26 Fellowship
30 July 2020
Thomas Hale has been awarded one of four Fellowships to build scientific evidence and engage with the international climate negotiations in the run up to the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow in November 2021.
Thomas's focus will be on how local governments, businesses and non-state actors can contribute to and influence international climate policy.
The COP26 Fellowships are sponsored by UK Research and Innovation through the Economic and Social Research Council and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and offered through the Place-Based Climate Action Network. The Fellowships will run until mid-November 2021. The other three Fellowships were awarded to Harriet Thew from the University of Leeds, Jessica Omukuti from the University of York and Rebecca Ford from the University of Strathclyde.
Watch Thomas Hale's submission video