SCIAF's Guide to COP26

The eyes of the whole world will be on Glasgow in 2021 when the city plays host to COP26, the UN climate change conference. The event will take place between 1st – 12th November and it’s shaping up to be one of the biggest and most important international summits ever held to tackle climate change.

But why is this climate summit so important? And how can you get involved?

As President of COP26, the UK writes the conference agenda, sets the tone for the talks and lays down the expectations for the level of ambition expected. That makes the UK the country with the single biggest influence on the outcome of the negotiations. By mobilising our faith communities here in Scotland and lifting up the voices of our partners around the world, we can put pressure on our politicians to deliver real action on climate justice at COP26. 

We’ve created a short and informative new resource explaining the ins and outs of COP26, so you can make the most of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and allow your voice to be heard.

Download our Guide to COP26 and begin your journey to help bring about climate justice, and protect some of the poorest and most vulnerable people in the world against the devastating impacts of climate change.