Find out about the event structure and timetable. The contents of this webpage are subject to change and we will be adding further detail soon.

Our Brochure

Our brochure gives details of the people involved in the conference and the timings for the event. This document is subject to change and we will be updating it soon.

Upcoming Fringe Events



Earth Day and FABE, 24 November, 11:00 - 12:30 UTC

‘Making An Impact Through Climate Education’. Learn more about the climate literacy initiative, and hear from panelists sharing their stories and best practices related to climate education. 

Register here (open to all):

Letters to the Earth, 24 November, 16:00 - 17;00 UTC

On the eve of delivering your High Level Statement to World Leaders, this is your opportunity to write a Letter to the Earth. How do you feel about the state of the planet and the future? What change do you want to see? In this workshop you will meet others from across the world, hear each other’s Letters, start new conversations and discover new possibilities for action. What needs to be said? What needs to be heard? Enter into dialogue with your fears, hopes and visions for the future. Be part of a global, creative response to this emergency.

Register here (delegates only): 

Parabukas, 25 November, 11:00am - 12:30pm UTC

Our event will be the launch of a podcast made by the youth for the youth entitled Malay'a: A Youth and Climate Podcast. Our podcast will highlight the stories of the Filipino youth as they work closely with their local com

Join via Facebook live at the start time: 

COP26andbeyond, 26 November, 16:00 - 17:30 UTC

In this workshop we will look at how laws are made, how they are enforced, and what you can do to use them to fix the climate. The session will involve youth-led Italian think tank IARI and other young contributors alongside William Wilson - an expert environmental and energy lawyer who has worked on many key environmental laws.

Register here (delegates only): 

COP26 explainer, 26 November, 07:00 - 8:15 UTC 

🏭 Ever wondered what a Nationally Determined Contribution is?

🗣️ Or what the day in the life of a negotiator looks like?

📆 The @COP26 team will explain all

Join here  at the start time (open to all)

International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA), 26 November, 14:00 - 15:00 UTC

This workshop will focus on the relationship between climate change and health, and how you can use this knowledge to become a more effective advocate for climate action. In particular, we will focus on the health inequalities that are multiplied by climate change and how the health co-benefits of climate action can be maximised to tackle wider societal challenges.

Register here: (open to all)

Phoenix Education, 27 November, 18:00 - 19:30 UTC

Join us for a panel discussion changemaking event between youth climate activists and educators, to share issues and ideas on the current state of climate education in the UK school system, to understand the problems and unmet needs that exist, and to bring together ideas for solutions. 

Join the zoom meeting at the start time (open to all): 

RE-PEAT, 27 November, 18:00 - 19:00 UTC

Our event will explore the Nationally Determined Contributions and the role that peatlands can play in achieving these. Despite being the largest terrestrial carbon sink, peatlands are commonly an underrepresented and underregarded topic in climate conversations.

Register here (open to all): 

Catalyse Change CIC, 29 November, 15:00 - 17:00 UTC

Our event  will collect and share stories and facts about the impacts of climate injustice on the public; whilst providing the space for participants to engage in craftivism to create a physical depiction of how they imagine a greener and fairer future. Designed and implemented by young women, it will model what inclusive participation looks like. 

Register here: (open to all)

Global Youth Climate Challenge (GYCC), 2 December, time TBC

Hosted by the Republic of Korea Presidential Committee of National Council on Climate and Air Quality, the GYCC aims to enlighten youth worldwide on the climate crisis and raise interest and awareness to provide science and technology-based solutions.

Register here: (open to all).

Climate Reality Project UK & European Branches, 5 December, 15:00 UTC

In this presentation, you will learn the extremely interesting in and outs of turtle behaviour and nesting activity at Ningaloo. Chloe spent six months as a volunteer with the Ningaloo Turtle Program, a conservation program dedicated to better understanding and conserving sea turtles along the Ningaloo Coast. You will also hear how the warmer world we live in, marine heat waves, plastic, marine debris and ocean health are affecting the welfare and population numbers of these beautiful species. While Ningaloo is one place in a remote part of Australia, we all share one ocean and one planet. This story is a wonderful example of this and why we must all act together to conserve and protect the planet's biodiversity. And of course, no turtle presentation is complete without some footage of hatchlings emerging from their nest.

Register here: (open to all).

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