Official COP26 UK
Subscribe to the official COP26 Youtube Channel to watch the live-streamed events in November
COP26 Explained is an official information document published by the UK Presidency. It consists of an introduction about the conference, a note from Boris Johnson (Prime Minister of the United Kingdom) and Alok Sharma (COP26 President), reflections on the Paris Agreement, and key goals that have been set to be achieved.
The Climate Papers is a podcast by the COP26 Universities Network where topics from the briefing papers are explored.
Listen to the latest episode about Counting the cost of Climate Finance
Youth4ClimateLive Series’ nine episodes cover a wide array of climate topics, with each session convening intergenerational discussions featuring a diverse group of unstoppable youth at the forefront of creative climate action.
(Image from Connect4Climate YouTube Channel)
The COP26 Coalition is a civil society coalition made of groups and individuals from a range of constituencies in Scotland and the rest of the UK, including trade unions, direct action networks, climate justice groups, environment and development NGOs, faith groups, students and youth, migrant and racial justice networks. They are organising a ‘People’s Summit’ that can be joined in person or online. Find tickets and information here.
Climate Fringe is a collective built by Stop Climate Chaos Scotland to bring together all the activities that are happening in the run-up to, and during COP. Subscribe to their newsletters here. You can sign up to volunteer with them at COP26 here.
COP26-related work and publications from the University of St Andrews
Article by Benjamin Sachs, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of St Andrews