With the UN Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP27) underway, want to know more about UBC students, staff, and faculty perspectives on the conference? See below local, national, and international coverage of COP27 featuring the UBC community.

Local

UBC climate and energy experts and COP27 delegates
Featuring UBC COP27 delegates
UBC News

'It concerns all of us': UBC's COP 27 delegates discuss greenwashing, climate at UBC event
Featuring UBC COP27 delegates
The Ubyssey

UBC sends community delegation to world climate conference 
Featuring UBC COP27 delegates
The Ubyssey

National

What kind of impact could COP27 actually have on Canadians?
Featuring Temitope Onifade
Doctor of Philosophy in Law, Allard School of Law
CBC Early Edition

Looking ahead to UN climate conference COP27
Featuring Kathy Harrison
Professor, Department of Political Science
CBC The Current

Egypt’s human rights record in spotlight ahead of COP27
Featuring Mohammed Rafi Arefin
Assistant Professor, UBC Professor of Climate Justice, Department of Geography
CBC The Current

Seeking real climate action: Canadians share their hopes ahead of COP27
Featuring Bashar Rahman
Bachelor of International Economics, Faculty of Arts
CBC What on Earth

Delegates return from COP 27 with lots of questions about where we are heading on climate
Featuring Rudri Bhatt
PhD Student, Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability
On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko

Justin Trudeau won't be at COP27 – and he's not alone. Has the heyday for global climate conferences come and gone?
Featuring Chief Ninawa Huni Kui
Wall International Indigenous Scholar at the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies 
The Toronto Star

International

Views from COP27: How the climate conference could confront colonialism by centring Indigenous rights
By Chief Ninawa Huni Kui and Vanessa Andreotti
Wall International Indigenous Scholar at the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies; and Professor, Department of Educational Studies
The Conversation

COP27: Which countries will push to end fossil fuel production? And which won't?
By Philippe Le Billon
Professor, Department of Geography
The Conversation

Egypt’s Carceral Climate Summit: Naomi Klein on the Crisis of COP27 Being Held in a Police State
Featuring Naomi Klein
Associate Professor, UBC Professor of Climate Justice, Department of Geography
Democracy Now!

Greenwashing a police state: the truth behind Egypt's Cop27 masquerade 
By Naomi Klein
Associate Professor, UBC Professor of Climate Justice, Department of Geography
The Guardian 

COP27: coral conservation groups alarmed over ‘catastrophic losses’
Featuring Simon Donner
Professor, Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, Department of Geography
The Guardian 

Why we need to stop killing coral reefs: underwater in Egypt – video
Featuring Simon Donner
Professor, Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, Department of Geography
The Guardian 

The Hunger Striker vs. the Dictator
By Naomi Klein and Mohammed Rafi Arefin
Associate Professor, UBC Professor of Climate Justice, Department of Geography; and Assistant Professor, UBC Professor of Climate Justice, Department of Geography
The Intercept