COP26 in Glasgow offers a packed programme of events. Below are links to events with ClimateXChange speakers/presenters/chairs, and other useful links to access talks and presentations. ClimateXChange research will also feature in a range of other events and exhibitions across COP.

Events with ClimateXChange speakers/presenters/chairs

Climate justice and universal energy access: insights from Africa 
1 November, Hybrid panel discussion with Prof Stuart Galloway

Establishing a Scottish Global Renewable Energy Centre
2 November, Online event with Prof Stuart Galloway

Climate and Citizen Participation - Co-creation and Co-benefits 
2 November, Nordic Council/Scottish Government Blue Zone event presenting CXC research on 20 minute neighbourhoods

How demand for energy is underpinning economic development
3 November, Zero Emissions Solutions conference session with Prof Stuart Galloway

Climate Solutions
4 November, UK Department for Education GenZero Classroom - lecture by Prof Dave Reay

Bridging the Science-Policy Gap for Impactful, Demand-driven Food Systems
5 November, MIT side event with Prof Pete Smith available through the UNFCCC's live webcast

Land reform and democratising nature
5 November, Holyrood COP26 Fringe Festival discussion with Prof Deb Roberts

Realising a Compassionate Planet
5 November, online panel discussion with Prof Dave Reay

Future-proofing pupils: preparing students for work in a changing world
5 November, New York Times Climate Hub panel discussion with Prof Dave Reay

Is culture the untapped ally for climate action?
5 November, Creative Carbon Scotland panel discussion with Prof Dave Reay

UK-Africa Partnerships for Climate Action
6 November, University of Edinburgh panel discussion, organised by Prof Dave Reay

Green career pathways   
7 November, University of Edinburgh panel discussion with Q&A, chaired by Prof Dave Reay

Showcasing Scotland’s commitment to green skills: driving transformation change
8 November, Scottish Enterprise/Scottish Government discussion chaired by Prof Dave Reay

Lessons from high impact research - the Scottish Centres of Expertise model
9 November, SEFARI/Scottish Government panel discussion with Prof Dave Reay

Decreasing CO2 in the atmosphere: solutions from technology and nature
9 November, Edinburgh Innovations panel discussion with Prof Pete Smith

How agroecology can contribute to a just transition the climate neutrality
10 November, James Hutton Institute panel discussion with Prof Pete Smith

Events programmes:

COP26 Virtual Conference Portal

Presidency Programme

COP26 Green Zone

Peatland Pavilion 

Scotland's Climate Ambition Zone

Hydro Nation Virtual Water Pavilion