Climate change is one of the most important challenges for society today. The Hughes Hall Centre for Climate Engagement builds a bridge from academic insight to boardroom action to help companies reach net zero emissions and build climate resilience.
Convening senior leaders from business, finance, law, academia and civil society to accelerate climate action.
Bringing academic excellence in climate law, governance and organisational change into the boardroom.
Providing the knowledge, information and tools to support high-level decision making to address climate action.
Our mission is to encourage academic excellence in climate law and governance, and to translate and transfer this knowledge to accelerate the race to net zero emissions and climate resilience.
Discussion Dinner with Professor Dan Puchniak
An invitation-only dinner discussion on law, corporate governance, and the net zero… More →
An invitation-only tea discussion centred on the key topics of futures work, governance, and climate action. Held in a small group setting of select academics and practitioners, the session will welcome a lively exchange on views through structured discussions to explore how might futures work and best practices drive impactful action to build climate resilience and accelerate the global transition to net zero. More →
Expert Briefing: Air pollution, health risks and climate change
Air pollution is estimated to be responsible for around 28,000 premature deaths in the UK each year. Extreme heat associated with climate change can increase pollution levels and exacerbates the health effects of breathing polluted air. This briefing explores the links between climate change, air pollution and health and the need for a holistic approach to policy development. More →