Life Solved / Community Resilience in Facing World Crises

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 What are the “wicked problems” facing our planet, how are they connected and and how can we address them?

 

In this episode of Life Solved, Dr Cressida Bowyer explains key findings the University of Portsmouth plans to highlight at COP26, the forthcoming UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow this November.

 

She explains the link between plastic pollution and climate change, and shares insights into how community-based research can combat this on the local level.

 

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Dr Cressida Bowyer

 

https://www.port.ac.uk/about-us/structure-and-governance/our-people/our-staff/cressida-bowyer

 

The Tupamue Project

 

https://www.port.ac.uk/research/research-projects/tupumue

 

The STEPP Project:

 

https://www.port.ac.uk/research/research-projects/plastic-pollution-in-the-global-south

 

Hear Dr Cressida Bowyer and Dr Louis Netter talking about ACT Nairobi

 

https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5hY2FzdC5jb20vcHVibGljL3Nob3dzLzM5OWEwYzAzLWU5ZDAtNGY5Yi1iOGYxLTY0MzgzMDIzY2I1Yw/episode/YjdmYmNkM2QtZDkxZS00YmQ4LTljMjYtOGVjZjgzZDQ1YWUx

 

Using art to tackle air pollution in a Nairobi slum

 

https://theconversation.com/using-art-to-tackle-air-pollution-a-story-from-a-nairobi-slum-111212

 

The UN Climate Change Conference 2021-10-25

 

https://ukcop26.org

 

Revolution Plastics

 

https://www.port.ac.uk/research/themes/sustainability-and-the-environment/revolution-plastics



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