A number of climate experts from the University of East Anglia will be available for interview during the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow.
Their areas of expertise range from the impact of climate change on biodiversity, climate geoengineering and carbon removal, to the impact of climate change on sovereign credit ratings, carbon uptake by the oceans, and gender and climate change.
Among them is Associate Professor in Microeconomics, Dr Mike Brock, from UEA's School of Economics.
His research areas and expertise cover environmental and behavioural economics, recycling and environmental valuation.
He explores how (and why) people behave in a more sustainable or environmental way. Particular projects include financial incentives to encourage recycling through lottery techniques and the use of competitive rankings on personal use of energy to stimulate energy reduction.
Mike has also explored people’s behaviours towards wildlife – for example why people flock to see newly-identified species of birds and the environmental of that behaviour.
Mike Brock Associate Professor in Behavioural Economics
He explores how (and why) people behave in a more sustainable or environmental way.