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Dr Gbemi Oluleye, Assistant Professor/Lecturer, Imperial College London


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In this video interview, Dr Gbemi Oluleye describes her experience of engaging with an All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG).

Video interview - Dr Gbemi Oluleye

Recorded Summer 2021. 4 mins 31 seconds.

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Here is a transcript of the video interview.

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“...I was invited as a keynote speaker for a roundtable discussion on industrial decarbonisation, and the roundtable by organised by the All Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group.”


“...when I was invited, I was excited about it, that I was going to present some form of evidence, or talk more broadly about industrial decarbonisation. And so I accepted the invite and we had the discussion and it was successful […] it was a positive experience for me, I learned a lot and I hope everyone who listened, everyone who was a part of that roundtable discussion also learned a lot.”


“I think it’s important for researchers to engage with Parliament once in a while, especially since, if you look at the UK, net zero carbon, net zero greenhouses gas, has been passed into law, and the ambition is to achieve it by 2050, so I think researchers who are doing research in climate change directly or indirectly should […] embrace the opportunities, to engage with Parliament to let them know about the signs, what the challenges are but most importantly, how they can be overcome.”


Useful links

Find out more about All Party Parliamentary Groups in the UK Parliament.

Watch a recording of our online training about engaging with Parliament as a researcher.

Watch a recording of our online training on how to write for a parliamentary audience.

Read our ‘how to’ guides on engaging with Parliament as a researcher.