Climate Beacons for COP26

01 September 2021 - 01 July 2022
Hybrid Event
Various locations
A view of cabins, a loch and mountains at Cove Park, on the west coast of Scotland

Climate Beacons for COP26 is an initiative of Creative Carbon Scotland, a charitable organisation that works with individuals, organisations and strategic bodies across the cultural and sustainability sectors to harness culture’s vital role in achieving a more environmentally sustainable Scotland.

Seven hubs across Scotland known as 'Climate Beacons' are running a varied programme of activities lasting until July 2022 including art workshops, talks, debates, exhibitions and school's programme. Themes include Scotland’s industrial heritage, water, adaptation to climate change, land use, biodiversity, green jobs, Scotland's rainforest and the recovery from COVID-19.

The 7 Climate Hubs are located in:

  • Argyll
  • Caithness and East Sutherland
  • Fife
  • Inverclyde
  • Midlothian
  • Outer Hebrides
  • Tayside

Find your nearest Beacon and see how you can engage with their programme of discussion, debate and artistic work.