Between the 1st and 12th November, the COP26 Green Zone is open to the public at the Glasgow Science Centre. The official COP26 website has information on how individuals can attend but each event will also be livestreamed on YouTube.
What is the COP26 Green Zone?
The COP26 Green Zone is a space where youth groups, civil society, academia, artists and businesses from across the UK and all over the world will host events, exhibitions, cultural performances, workshops and talks.
There are reportedly going to be over 100 exhibitors, 200 events and 11 sponsors taking over the space.
Who is Exhibiting at the COP26 Green Zone?
There are going to be over a hundred exhibitors at the COP26 Green Zone.
The full list includes organisations such as WWF-UK, ActionAid International and The Froglife Trust and The British Dragonfly Society.
There will also be a number of corporations taking part such as Unilever, GlaxoSmithKline and Sky.
A full list of exhibitors is available: COP26 Green Zone Exhibitors List
What is the COP26 Green Zone Programme of Events?
The COP26 Green Zone Programme of Events features multiple events daily. There is going to be so much going on that we will provide a daily overview throughout the two-week conference.
You can find all the events taking place at the Green Zone on the COP26 website here.
What Else is Going on at COP26?
There are many events taking place simultaneously at COP26. You can see what’s happening with the COP26 Presidency Timetable here.