Podcast: COP26 reflections – Was the UK a good or bad host?
Posted on: 30 November, 2021
With the dust settling on COP26, we are reflecting on the event and one of the questions posed in the media was whether the UK was the right choice of host. We got our building surveying programme leader, James Ritson, and CertHE programme leader, Hazel Lobo, to debate as to whether the UK was a good or bad host.
James argued on behalf of the statement ‘the UK was a good host’ and Hazel argued in favour of the statement ‘the UK was a bad host’. Listen to the 13-minute podcast debate, chaired by UCEM PR and social media manager, Andrew Belt, below and cast your vote in our poll to deliver your verdict!
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