Five GAPP Faculty members as part of the AUC delegation to COP27

We are honored to have GAPP faculty members as part of the AUC delegation to COP27. Discussing different topics ranging from green economy and future of work to media and climate change in addition to topics on development and urbanism in relation to climate change. AUC’s input through faculty research and student activities, addressing the climate crisis is at AUC's Pavilion in the Green Zone COP27, Sharm El Sheikh International Convention Center, Egypt.

How is Climate Change and the Transition to Green Economy Expected to Shape the Future of Work in Egypt? 
Rana Hendy, Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Policy and MPP Director

Green Jobs and the Future of Work 
Ghada Barsoum, Associate Professor and currently Chair of the Department of Public Policy and Administration
Mariez Wasfi, Executive Assistant to Chair, Department of Public Policy and Administration

Media and the Environment: Communicating Climate Change in the Arab Region and Beyond
Hussein Amin, Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication and Director of the Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism
Sarah El Shaarawi, Managing Editor, Arab Media & Society

The Public Policy HUB - Climate Change Round
Laila El Baradei, Professor of Public Administration
Waleed El-Deeb, Senior Specialist - The Public Policy Hub, School of Global Affairs and Public Policy

AUC TV: Climate Change Storytelling and Reporting
Hussein Amin, Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication and Director of the Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism
Salma El Ghetany, Executive Assistant to Director, Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism

AUC-LSE Climate Urbanism Initiative
Noura Wahby, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration
Deen Sharp

Cambridge Development and Resilience Group
Noura Wahby, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration
Shailaja Fennell

Check the agenda to see the full of activities that reflect AUC’s input through faculty research and student activities.