COP23 Delegation

18 delegates are representing Emory at this year’s UN Climate Change Conference (COP23) in Bonn, Germany. 

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COP22 Delegation

10 delegates represented Emory at COP22 in Marrakech including 1 faculty member, 3 staff members and 6 students. 

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COP21 Delegation

The first delegation of nine students and two faculty members, Professor Saikawa and Professor Longhofer attended the Paris conference for the full two weeks in December of 2015.

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Approval

This group has evolved to include the support of the student COP delegation, whose accreditation was approved later that year in December 2014.

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Climate@Emory

This was the first time that a comprehensive list of climate research being done on campus was accumulated, and it provided a starting point for the creation of an academic learning community. A group of faculty began meeting to discuss strengthening Emory’s research, teaching, and visibility in the issue of…

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Application Process

The university compiled a list of faculty doing research on climate topics, along with other information that told the story of Emory’s commitment, which was submitted in a letter from President Wagner to the UN in December of 2013.  

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The Idea

The idea to participate in the COP talks was first raised in 2013 by Cassandra O’Lenick, a Ph.D. student in Environmental Health advised by Dr. Stefanie Sarnat. Together with Sarnat, Professor Daniel Rochberg in the departments of Environmental Science and Rollins School of Public Health, and Dr. Eri Saikawa in…

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