Final Events from the SCCS COP26 Project

  • 17 Dec 2021
  • Written by Nick Cullen
  • General

We are winding up the SCCS COP26 Project in January, but much of our work will live on in other forms:

  • We are working with the Scottish Communities Climate Action Network (SCCAN) who will be using the Climate Fringe in their work,
  • the Glasgow Green Map will be taken on by Glasgow Eco-trust
  •  The community venues network –  Spaces for Change – will be developed by   CEIS – Scotland’s network of Social Enterprises.
  • The Homestay Network will of course go forward to COP27 and is already recruiting hosts in Egypt
  • We also to have a small fund launching in January for groups to run activities and events that build on what they did at COP and take them on to the next stage. 

If you’d like to contribute to the next stage for this work once the SCCS project winds up , and also hear from groups working in this area join us at some of our online meetings planned in January.

End of Project report back and celebration

On Thursday 20th January 12-1pm we’ll have a report-back event to celebrate the end of the project for anyone who has been involved or is interested in what we did at COP. Everyone is welcome!


Report Back and Celebration

Climate Fringe: after COP - what next?

We are running an event as part of our ‘Wind-Up, Hand-on’ plans to pass over our work from the past two years to where it can make the most difference.  

The session will be from 1-2pm on Thursday 13 January on Zoom. Please sign up below.


Climate Fringe what next: 13 Jan 1-2pm

Zoom link for the 13th Jan event:

COP26 Homestay Stories and Reunion

The Homestay Network will of course go on to COP27 with Human Hotel but we’d like to celebrate the amazing connections that were made at COP26 and the stories.

We are holding a Homestay Reunion and Stories event 6-7pm on 10th January – join us whether you were involved or whether you want to listen to people’s stories from COP26 and feel a bit of that Homestay warmth in a cold January.  

  • Nick Cullen

    Nick is a past coordinator for the Climate Fringe platform and Climate Fringe Festival, working on strategy, website development and communications. He spent two years at SCCS in the lead up to COP26 and led on developing the Homestay Network, volunteering programme, COVID-19 safety, and many other aspects of logistics and operations in collaboration with the COP26 Coalition.