Protecting the oceans to preserve the climate

June 1, 2021 |
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Protecting the oceans to preserve the climate

13 June 2021 @ 10:00 pm - 11:30 pm

As we head towards COP26, find out about the role our oceans play in climate change.

About this event

What is the role of the oceans in climate change?

As we head towards COP26, our expert panel of speakers from France and the UK look at the urgent need to protect the oceans to preserve the climate.

Organised by the French Embassy in the UK, the event will focus on scientific approaches to tackling climate change and protecting marine diversity, and examine what actions are required. Speakers include biologist Françoise Gaill, and marine ecologist and fisheries biologist Bryce Stewart.

Join us and find out more about oceans and climate change as the world prepares for the UN Climate Change Conference UK 2021 taking place in Glasgow from 1 to 12 November.

This is one of two events presented by the French Embassy in the UK exploring important contemporary issues. You may also enjoy Women’s Bodies: Gaining control on Sunday 20 June.

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This event is hosted live on Zoom Webinar. You’ll receive further instructions and a link to join a couple of days before the event takes place and a reminder an hour before. During the event, you can ask questions via a Q&A function but audience cameras and microphones will remain muted throughout.

Answers to frequently asked questions, plus tips on making the most of your Festival experience can be found on the Festival website.

Please note that our online talks provide automated captioning that may not be 100% accurate and may vary in quality.

Please ensure you use the correct email address as this is where your ticket will be sent. If you do not provide the correct address, you will not receive the acknowledgement email or ticket.


Webinar: French Embassy (UK)
London, United Kingdom


French Embassy (UK)
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