Everyone will be able to visit the presentations at the ‘green zone’ at COP26 – opening in Glasgow tomorrow (Monday 1 November) – thanks to an online portal provided by the organisers of the United Nations (UN) event.
The whole event and conference is split into various colour-coded areas, based on the security level required for visitors.
The Green Zone is being staged at the Glasgow Science Centre.
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Youth groups, civil society, academia, artists, business from across the UK and all over the world will be hosting events, exhibitions, cultural performances, workshops and talks.
With over 100 exhibitors, 200 events and 11 sponsors taking over the space, there will be opportunities to listen, learn and celebrate climate action.
The list of events include a link to each live stream that will be freely available. There are still a limited number of tickets available to attend in person, and there will be a small number available each day.
There are around 16 presentations on each of the 12 main days of COP26.
In addition, there are a number of exhibitors with many leading UK companies in transport having displays,
Leading technology will be highlighted at the venue featuring:
● Artemis Technologies
● Britishvolt (Power by Britishvolt Ltd)
● Energise Africa
● Fusion Energy (UKAEA, First Light Fusion, Tokamak Energy)
● Glass Futures
● Lincoln Institute for Agri-food Technology, University of Lincoln
● Naked Energy Ltd
● Tees Valley Combined Authority Group
● The Kensa Group Limited
Additionally, there will be an exciting electric and hydrogen vehicle showcase for visitors to explore:
● DAF Trucks
● Extreme E (from 7th Nov)
● Global System Mobile Association (GSMA)
● Switch Mobility
The Green Zone exhibition and programme is thanks to the support of the event’s principal partners:
● National Grid
● Natwest Group
● Scottish Power
More details: ukcop26.org