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Maritime UK workshop on practical climate change adaptation challenges and good practice solutions for ports.Find out more »
This virtual side-event is organized by Regions4 and its flagship program RegionsAdapt with a number of regional governments from across the world and international partners, in collaboration with the Race to Resilience Campaign.Find out more »
InsuResilience Partnership, a Race to Resilience Partner, is holding its Annual Forum online ahead of COP26 from 28- 29th October. It will feature 21 interactive and engaging sessions exploring key challenges and innovations from the Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance field.Find out more »
Roundtable discussion by British Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office on the impacts of climate change to indigenous communities in the US, how it’s being addressed and barriers faced.Find out more »
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In partnership with the UN COP26 Presidency, Race to Resilience and the Adaptation Action Coalition, eight partners are collaborating to build on this momentum to support the scale-up in locally-led adaptation globally. Six peer-to-peer regional dialogues are being held across Asia-Pacific, Africa, and the Caribbean and Latin America in September and October 2021. Find out more and book.
Climatefringe.org is where to can find out about all civil society-led events during COP26 – whether in the blue zone the green zone, and throughout Glasgow. The Climate Fringe has around 150 events a month online, mostly based in Scotland and will connect you the vibrant climate community that exists in Scotland before you come to COP and when in Glasgow. You can add your event here.
Maritime UK and City of Glasgow College have partnered to showcase green technology, innovation and capabilities from across the UK maritime sector to the world, at an International Maritime Hub at COP26 from 1-5 November, hosted at City of Glasgow College’s Riverside Campus on the bank of the river Clyde.
Join us at The New York Times Climate Hub for nine days of live journalism, thought leadership and ideas that inspire action, in person and online. From 3-11 November, Glasgow.
Understand the science, learn about the challenges and innovations, engage with live talks, debates and exhibitions, and find out how you can create real change.