Keep up the COP26 momentum with our new legacy materials

COP26 may have come and gone, but that doesn't mean your environmental youth work offer has to lose any of its urgency and momentum!

Our Learning for Sustainability team has been working to pull together a range of legacy resources to help ensure young people are able to continue to engage with global climate issues in the aftermath of the historic summit.

First up, we've starting compiling a series of engaging case studies so you can learn from real examples of youth work projects tackling climate issues at a local and national level.

Last week, we published case studies from North Lanarkshire Youth Climate Ambassadors, YMCA Scotland and City of Edinburgh Council, with more on the way!

Unsure what to make of the COP26 agreements and what this might mean for carbon emission targets? We've given you the rundown on the positives of the summit in our handy COP26 summary guide to help you get a handle on some of the jargon you might have heard.

Now you've got a grip on the key issues, what now? That's where our COP26: Where to Start? guide comes in, full of advice to help you support young people find their place in the climate movement.

We've also featured a blog from Fleur Gayet, Woodcraft Folk's Scottish Officer on why young people need to feature at the very heart of decision-making around climate policy.

Keep an eye on our Learning for Sustainability hub and our COP26 Scottish Youth Climate Project resource library for more case studies, events, opportunities and inspiration over the next few weeks!

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