20 October 2021
In November 2021, the United Nations COP26 Climate Summit took place in Glasgow, Scotland. It was one of the biggest events of its kind to be hosted in our country with c. 200 world leaders in attendance.
Education Scotland is asking every school and setting to build a lasting legacy for the COP26 conference by ensuring that all learners in Scotland receive their entitlement to Learning for Sustainability, an entitlement that is embedded within Scotland’s curriculum. This will be supported through a strengthened Learning for Sustainability Action Plan.
Discover the range of support and resources available for education settings and learners on the five key climate education themes of the COP26 Conference:
Use these alongside Education Scotland's other resources and professional learning to build engagement in learning for sustainability, outdoor learning and climate change.
Find out more about the views of young people from across Scotland on climate change:
Scottish Youth Climate Declaration
Children’s Climate Assembly
Visit Education Scotland’s National Improvement Hub to access resources and support.
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