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COP26 Glasgow

COP26 was the 26th edition of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, set to be held in Glasgow in November 2021.

Contributions (NDCs) to the Paris Agreement. These are enhanced commitments to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. During COP26 a number of agreements were made followed by the Glasgow Climate Pact, which "recognizes the importance of the best available science for effective climate action and policymaking

Glasgow Climate Pact

The COP26 Glasgow Climate Pact was agreed in November 2021.

A package of decisions, in addition to other agreements made by some Parties during the COP26 conference, was agreed by the Parties at the close of the conference. Find out more about COP conferences here. The Glasgow Climate Pact “recognizes the importance of the best available science

Glasgow Storm 15 January 1968

Monday 15 January 1968 (Great Glasgow Storm) Weather chart for 1200 UTC on 15 January 1968 General summary It was a showery night across Scotland and Northern Ireland with blustery showers across many areas accompanied by gale or severe gale force winds which touched storm force at times across


Warm September marks start of Autumn

back to 1884.   Just a month from hosting vital climate change talks at COP26, the City of Glasgow recorded its joint hottest September on record, with 14.9°C matching 2006’s figure*. This follows on from Glasgow also reporting its hottest summer on record last month.   The significantly warmer-than

SPF City Pack_editable_template

GLASGOW CLIMATE PACK INTRODUCTION This City Pack provides high level, non-technical summaries of climate change projections for an individual city or town. It uses scientific research to provide robust climate information to help decision makers plan for the future, enabling cities and towns

Dr Peter Levens

physics at the University of Glasgow, where the title of his thesis was “Diagnostics of solar tornado-like prominences”, from which he graduated in 2018. He also has a BSc in Physics and Astronomy from the University of Glasgow.

PowerPoint Presentation

GLASGOW CLIMATE CHANGE The Science Temperature – Glasgow is warmer than much of inland Scotland due to the effects of the sea. The city’s comparable temperature comes from the fact it is a low lying river basin, but also because of the urban heat island effect. Wind direction – The strongest winds

Dr Mohamed Zerroukat

) as a research fellow at the department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Glasgow. He worked on front tracking finite difference schemes for Stefan (or phase-change) problems. During 1995–1999, as a research fellow at the Wessex Institute of Technology, Southampton, Mohamed continued developing boundary

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