G7 – Climate experts available from University of Oxford

10 June 2021

Leaders of the G7 nations will gather for their annual summit in the UK to discuss several policy priorities, not least how to tackle climate change and preserve the planet’s biodiversity.

Last month, climate and environment ministers from these countries met and issued a wide-ranging communique acknowledging that climate change and biodiversity loss posed a grave threat to the world. They recognised that key drivers of these two threats also increased the likelihood of further pandemics.

The University of Oxford has a wealth of research that focuses on climate change and biodiversity across many disciplines. Researchers from the University are available to talk to the media tomorrow (but also possibly today) and offer expert quotes on a wide range of topics, as follows:

To secure an interview with them, enquire about the availability of other researchers you may be interested in, or for further questions, please contact Amjad Parkar, Communications Officer, University of Oxford, amjad.parkar@admin.ox.ac.uk or 01865 270002.