How to host your own mini-COP26

With Glasgow about to welcome leaders from across the globe for climate crisis crunch talks, you might be wondering how you can support young people to drive environmental change in your local area?

While these discussions are going on at a global scale in Glasgow, it’s an ideal time to have more localised discussions with young people in your own community.

Now, you can take the debate to local decision makers by using our guide to hosting your own mini-COP26

Developed by YouthLink Scotland's Learning for Sustainability team, our step-by-step guide takes you through the process of working with young people to develop your very own scaled-down climate summit.

With support on how to identify local issues, planning an event whether online or in-person, and some handy examples of how to generate a lively discussion, you have all the tools you need to bring key COP26 themes to your doorstep.

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