ZEF researchers report from the climate summit COP27 in Egypt

November 11, 2022.  

Four of our ZEF doctoral researchers, Nady Mahmoud, Irene Ojuok, Sara Velander and Niklas Wagner, are on the ground at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. 

They are conducting research and collaborating with organizations on the interlinkages between climate change and land, agriculture, health, and biodiversity. 


In the photo from left to right: Niklas WagerIrene Ojuok, Nady Mahmoud, and Sara Velander


Getting the message across

"Our hope is that the implementation of evidence-based climate action will be a key outcome of the global climate negotiations", says Sara Velander. "We are grateful for the opportunity to represent ZEF and University of Bonn at COP27. During the next two weeks we will follow the negotiations and build our networks with like-minded organizations. We also hope that COP27 ultimately will generate an outcome where the complex problem of climate change is addressed in a fair and evidence-based manner, bridging silos across scales and sectors".

Background on ZEF-related research

Read more about ZEF's research on Agriculture, land use, climate change:

  • Find researchers working on the topic of  Agriculture, land use, climate change.
  • Publications on Agriculture, land use, climate change.
  • ZEF-Projects on Agriculture, land use, climate change.
  • Doctoral theses on Agriculture, land use, climate change.


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