Coming to COP26?

This November world leaders are meeting in Glasgow to talk about the climate emergency.

We will be there to make sure they know it’s an emergency and that we need them to take the strongest action possible to tackle the problem.

If you’re planning to join us, here’s some useful information. If we’ve missed something you think should be in this blog, let us know.

Coming to Glasgow?

  • UPDATE: On Saturday 6th November, Christian Climate Action will assemble at 11am at the University of Glasgow: Main Building Gilmorehill Campus, University of Glasgow, Chapel Corridor (South), West Quadrangle, Glasgow G12 8QQ (the road it’s on is University Avenue. Nearest subway station is Byers Road). 11:15am: prayer, 11:30am: depart for the start of the march. Find out more.
  • UPDATE: Join our Telegram Group to receive updates about CCA activity on the ground during COP.
  • Dates: COP26 takes places from Sunday 31st October- Friday 12th November
  • Book some accommodation! Accommodation in Glasgow is running out fast but you might still find something via Human Hotel.
  • Learn about Scottish law. Scotland has a different legal system to England. The Scottish Activist Legal Project (SCALP) have put together this helpful guide and are running this Know Your Rights Training to help you get up to speed.
  • Walk with Camino to COPWalkers set off from London in September and will arrive in Glasgow on the eve of COP6. Camino to COP is organised  by XRUK Faith Bridge, an interfaith alliances including people from CCA. Anyone is welcome to join for the day, or longer if you can organise our own overnight accommodation. Lots of people are expected to join the final leg of the journey between Blantyre and Glasgow on Saturday 30th October.
  • Join the Earth VigilThroughout COP26 there will be a vigil in Glasgow  that all are welcome to join. For daily updates on Earth Vigil during COP join the Telegram Chat https://t.me/joinchat/Yu7HOZXqg6U3OGU0

Staying Home?

If we’ve missed something you think should be in this blog, let us know.

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