COP28 (30 November – 12 December)


During COP28, we will be holding events, including a Climate Cafe today (6 December), as well as highlighting UoG academics to celebrate their impactful contributions to tackling climate change.


Since the launch of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the Conference of the Parties to the Convention (COP) has bought together member countries every year to determine ambition and responsibilities and identify and assess climate measures.

The 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as COP28, will take place from November 30 to 12 December 2023, at Expo City in Dubai. It will be a pivotal platform to address the climate emergency and allow collaboration for climate justice to ensue.

COP28 represents the global push to combat environmental challenges and hopefully can create real positive impact for our planet . Here at the University of Greenwich, we are proud of those involved in tackling these issues and want to showcase that to the university and local community.

Staff research spotlights

We will be highlighting UoG academics throughout the COP28 period and celebrating their impactful contributions to tackling climate change - read more below and keep an eye on the portal for more staff research spotlights!

Get involved with our events

Want to learn more? Join our events by clicking on the links below!

Sustainability Survey

There is still time to complete the Green Week Sustainability Survey 2023!

The Sustainable Development Unit are inviting staff and students to complete our Sustainability Survey.  Tell us what you think about sustainability, what the university has done well but also what we can do to improve.

Complete the survey to be in with a chance of winning a prize (campus honey, Fairtrade treats, meal vouchers & more)!

Click here to complete the survey.

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