Researcher at COP26: Experiences and Contributions
Welcome to our virtual seminar with Camilla Borrevik and Anand Bhopal, both from University of Bergen.
Due to the high infection rate in Bergen, we will not gather physically.
A number of UiB researchers participated in COP26 and presented at several side events. In this CET Lunch, two participants from UiB share their experiences of what it was like to be part of the largest climate conference in the world. Camilla Borrevik participated as a delegate from UiB and has previously participated in the negotiations as an advisor to a Pacific country delegation and as a researcher. Anand Bhopal participated as an observer from the UiB delegation, following the first ever COP26 Health Programme.
What was their role and what did they do? How did researchers and academia’s presence contribute to the conference? And what did they as individuals and UiB as an academic institution gain by being a part of COP26?
About the speakers:
Camilla Borrevik is a Senior Advisor at the Division of Research and Innovation at UiB. In her former role as a researcher, her interests included climate change, diplomacy, policy, knowledges and Pacific regionalism.
Anand Bhopal is CET Affiliate and PhD Research Fellow at Bergen Centre for Ethics and Priority Setting (BCEPS) at UiB. His PhD project explores the intersection of priority setting, climate change and healthcare decarbonization. Anand has also led the CET Accelerator project Grønt Helsevesen.