We are pleased to announce that this year’s EAUC Conference will still take place following the original programme, however we are taking the step this year due to the current situation to go virtual. It will be a fully interactive virtual conference, offering you all the usual content you would get at the conference and access to lots more. We look forward to you joining us.
Welcome to CLIMATE
You - Me - All of us
This year more than ever, we have seen how the impact of a heating climate is touching every aspect of our lives, our homes, our work, communities and nations. At this continued rate, it will cause disruption like never seen before, however, there is the potential to limit this disruption through the power of education and the education sector. We must overcome the complexity and uncertainty of unprecedented climate change by mitigating, adapting, and creating climate solutions.
During these unprecedented times, this ambitious virtual conference will bring together the key stakeholders from universities and colleges from all over the world to inspire and co-ordinate the sector to assume its position at the forefront of the climate damage limitation movement.
We have a responsibility as educators, as community pillars and hubs for research to proactively adapt, limit risks, and seek solution to this catastrophic problem. In the face of this unprecedented threat, whether you focus on teaching, research, business support, sustainability leadership or you are a student, we all need to work together in new, more innovative, and aligned ways. This conference will provide a platform to create solutions – it will facilitate knowledge exchange and foster resilience and adaptation.
As the founding partner of the Climate Commission for UK Higher and Further Education Students & Leaders, this conference will also provide unique insights into the work of the Commission, and outline opportunities for delegates to contribute in the lead up to the UN Climate Change Summit COP26 2021.
Wondering if CLIMATE is for you?
Have a look at the Who Should Attend page to find out more.