THE podcast: how NYU and the University of São Paulo are thinking about climate change

Ahead of COP26, leaders at NYU and São Paulo spoke with us about how universities can be leaders in tackling the climate crisis and what they hope the summit achieves


New York University,University of São Paulo
28 Oct 2021
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Ahead of the United Nations’ Climate Change Conference, two university leaders spoke with us about the sustainability initiatives at their institutions and how universities can be leaders in tackling the climate crisis. 

Katherine Fleming, the provost at NYU, and Tercio Ambrizzi, a professor of climatology and superintendent of environmental management at the University of São Paulo, shared effective strategies for supporting sustainability. We also asked them both what they expect from the discussions at COP26 in Glasgow over the next couple of weeks.

Read more insight and practical advice on how higher education institutions support a fair transition to a low carbon future in our latest Spotlight.


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