Helping cities mitigate and adapt to climate change through real-time monitoring of GHGs
The Global Environmental Monitoring and Measurement (GEMM) Initiative and the City of Glasgow invite you to a COP26 Preview event to find out how city leaders can make effective climate decisions through the monitoring of GHG emissions in urban settings.
The Glasgow COP26 Preview is designed for mayors and city officials and will feature a policy plenary, an overview of the GEMM initiative, a presentation of new technologies and methodologies for monitoring GHGs in cities and an interactive policy and technology roundtable. Attendees will gain an understanding of the benefits of deploying measurement networks in their urban settings.
The GEMM Scottish Centre at the University of Strathclyde is working in collaboration with Glasgow City Council; University of California, Berkeley; Stanford University; the Met Office and National Physical Laboratory to illustrate how a dense network of GHGs and air quality sensors in the City of Glasgow can help guide environmental and climate decisions.
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