Young people, businesses and community groups will be among those who will be holding public events in the “Green Zone” during the Cop26 Climate Change Conference.
The Glasgow Science Center will host more than 200 events from November 1 to 12.
Meanwhile, singer / songwriter Eli Golding has been announced as a Cop26 Advocate and will provide audiences in the UK and surrounding areas with climate change awareness. World.
Green Zone Cultural Performances, Exhibitions, Conversations, the film With people from the fields of screening and technical demonstrations, education and the arts.
Cop26 President-designate Alok Sharma said: “Cop26 is our last hope for the world to come together and tackle climate change. So the eyes of the world will be on Glasgow when world leaders arrive in November.
“Along with important climate negotiations, Cop26 is a great opportunity for businesses, civil society, academia, local groups and youth to see what they are doing to tackle climate change for both a local and global audience.” Are
“Tickets will be available soon and I would encourage the people of the UK to take advantage of this important opportunity.”
Participating groups include RSNO junior courses, which will feature songs inspired by climate change, and musicians from exile, Glasgow asylum seekers and immigrant musicians who will perform. Music From their hometowns, new songs have been created for Cop26 about the effects of climate change on migrants.
Eli Golding, who will be attending the Cop26, said: “I have played my part as an advocate for the United Nations Climate Change Conference Cop26. I believe that the Cop26 should be the moment when world leaders listen to scientists. And for all our situations, deal with the climate crisis. We have to keep 1.5 alive.
“There’s going to be an incredible amount of energy and focus in Glasgow in November, and I think it’s important that as many people as possible participate in deciding their future on this planet. I encourage as many people as possible to join.” Have been
Tickets will be available free of charge to members of the public through the Cop26 website from October 11, and most events will be broadcast live on the Cop26 YouTube channel.
The UN summit is being held in Glasgow from October 31 to November 12.
Scottish Secretary Alastair Jack: “The Green Zone will be a vibrant, hands-on place where people can really participate in Cop26, learn about the steps we are taking to save our planet and ideas for action. Going home with
“From interactive exhibitions and events to information workshops, performances and film screenings, the area will bring together people of all ages and backgrounds with a common goal.
“The UK Government is proud to host this global platform at the Glasgow Science Center. In line with our strong commitment to reach net zero by 2050, we look forward to bringing the ideas and aspirations of all countries to Glasgow.