About the COP26 Summit
In November 2021, the United Nations COP26 Climate Summit took place in Glasgow, Scotland. This was one of the biggest events of its kind ever to be hosted in our country.
Ensuring that all learners receive their entitlement to Learning for Sustainability, including a strong focus on climate justice education, will enable us to build a lasting legacy from the COP26 Summit. The resources below remain relevant and can be used to help young people engage in the key themes relating to climate change and sustainability.
1. Visit Education Scotland’s Learning for Sustainability blog for the latest news and updates.
2. Check out our COP26 Wakelet for a list of curated resources and activities.
3. Connect with like-minded practitioners to share resources and network via our LfS practitioner Network (Glow login required) in MS Teams in Glow.
4. You can continue to access the LfS Massive Open Online Professional Learning Courses run by the University of Edinburgh, British Council and Learning for Sustainability Scotland until January 2022.
Check out our Countdown to COP26 poster to find out more about the learning resources being produced to support the key COP26 themes:
Countdown to COP – Early years through Dugs Discovery Den
Countdown to COP - Primary
Countdown to COP - BGE
Countdown to COP challenge – Finance
Discover the environmental and social impact of denim, and then transform an old pair of jeans into something new and original.
Countdown to COP challenge – Adaptation and Resilience
Learn about the foods produced in your area and create an original, sustainable meal from local ingredients.