During COP26, the Centre for Sustainability, Equality and Climate Action are hosting a series of events
The Centre for Sustainability, Equality and Climate Action encourages collaborative links across Schools, Faculties and Directorates in Queen’s University Belfast to investigate the interconnections between socio-economic (in)equality and the interlinked climate and ecological crisis as determined by natural and social sciences. There are three pillars to the Centre across which the challenge of the planetary emergency is investigated from an interdisciplinary and engaged perspective.
Together, the three pillars of the Centre address how to ensure that humanity has a habitable planetary system as the basis for flourishing, good lives for the human population together with prosperous, just and sustainable societies. Sustainability is the adaptation, mitigation and resilience measures needed for a transition to a low carbon, regenerative society which will limit the impacts on future generations while Equality explores inclusive solutions which lead to truly just and equal economies and societies. The final pillar, Climate Action addresses the planetary emergency and climate crisis concentrating on the creation of climate resilient communities at all levels of society.