Green Arts + Green Tease Meetup: All about COP26

23sep2:00 pm3:30 pmGreen Arts + Green Tease Meetup: All about COP26This meetup is all about COP26: What’s going on? In the negotiations, in the cultural sector and on the streets. OrganiserCreative Carbon Scotland2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Event TypeCultural, Arts & Social,Webinar & Talks

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This meetup is all about COP26: What’s going on? In the negotiations, in the cultural sector and on the streets.

About this event

Join us for the first online meetup for both the Green Tease network and the Green Arts Initiative!

COP26 is the 26th annual ‘Conference of the Parties’ to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. It will be held in Glasgow, at the SEC, in November 2021. It will be the first COP to take place after the landmark Paris Agreement’s measures took effect.

Kat Jones, COP26 Lead at Stop Climate Chaos Scotland, will talk about the focus of this COP summit, and what they hope will (or will not) be included in any ‘Glasgow Agreement’.

We’ll then explore how the outcome might impact on the cultural sector.

We’ll hear from a few cultural organisations and individuals who are planning events and activities at COP26, as part of the official programme or as an independent or critical response.

Finally, we’ll learn about opportunities for engagement with cultural, civil society and activist activities around COP26, and hold a space for attendees to share their own plans and ideas.

This event is part of Climate Fringe week, celebrating and supporting all the ways you can take part in climate activism.

How to Join

Sign up here.

You will be emailed a Zoom link and passcode upon registration, and also nearer the event date. More information on how to use Zoom is available on their website.

Safe Working Spaces

Participants are asked to please read and abide by Creative Carbon Scotland’s policy on Safe Working Spaces.


Image credit: “Armadillo” by Alan Weir is licensed under CC BY 2.0



(Thursday) 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm


Creative Carbon Scotland

Creative Carbon Scotland believes in the essential role of the arts, screen, cultural and creative industries in contributing to the transformational change to a more environmentally sustainable Scotland.

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