COP26 in Context: Grassroots climate change communication, sea ice, and urban inequality
Today is day three of COP26, a key climate summit in Glasgow attended by delegates from 197 countries. Tuesday’s schedule will cover themes of grassroots climate change communication, sea ice, and urban inequality. Want to know more? We’ve got you covered.
Step by step guide to having a conversation about climate change. The Foundation for Environmental Education held a panel at COP26 today about the power of communication networks. Learn about communication networks, why they’re so important, and how to start a conversation about climate change yourself!
Five facts from NASA to help you understand sea ice. Changes in sea ice play a key part in the global climate and have great effects on the ocean.
- Five big ideas to address the climate crisis and inequality in cities. Another panel held today covers urban inequality in the fight for global climate justice. We have a ways to go, but so much is already being done to combat the disproportionate effects of climate change. Read about what’s happening in Nairobi, Kenya; London; Rosario, Argentina; Monterrey, Mexico; and Ahmedabad, India.
Check back tomorrow for more info on what is being explored at COP26 — and good reads to keep you informed!