COP26 information

COP26 information


What's Going On During COP26?? Contributions from the SAU Climate & Sustainability Sub Group Meeting on 27th October 2021


Early Warning Signs by Ellie Harrison

Image: SAU Member Ellie Harrison - 'Early Warning Signs' at Woodlands Community Workspace. See all four signs together, currently on display outside the Mitchell Library, Glasgow.

Here's a selection of information about things to check out during COP26, in person and online.

These contributions were gathered during a meeting of the SAU Climate & Sustainability Sub Group on 27th October 2021. This is by no means a definitive list, as there is so much going on over the next couple of weeks, it's just a selection. If you have any further examples of projects, events, exhibitions, and workshops that you would like us to share, please email [email protected], and we can include them here. The C & S Sub group meets once a month online and all SAU members are welcome, if you'd like to join us, just email and let us know and we will send you the link. Thanks! 

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Green Zone online Green Zone Programme of Events

SCAN's recommendations What's On

People's Summit for Climate Justice online 7 -10 November People's Summit 

Just Transition Hub on Monday 8th November as part of the COP26 Coalition’s People’s Summit. on Monday 8th November as part of the COP26 Coalition’s People’s Summit. To register please check out the Eventbrite. 

There are exhibitions that the RotU collective are presenting at Komplex Gallery through November. ROTU collective

Dear Green Bothy has some interesting links.

NEoN public art exhibition Assuming The Ecosexual Position Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle; and a Free screening event and Q&A with film makers Event link here

Under the Skin (Shining a Light on Extinction) Glasgow Print Studio, Ground Floor 31 Oct - Nov 27 

Centre for Contemporary Art Glasgow

Feminist Exchanges For Climate Justice

Zoe Walker & Neil Bromwich Encampment of Eternal Hope based at the Briggait 

Interview by Tim Barker came out of the Dear Green Bothy effort.

A review by B.D. Owens for the film Water Makes Us Wet: An Ecosexual Adventre. Here is the link

Ocean Artic online event : Ocean Artic Showcase

Feral-Live Wireless - daily radio interviews and sounds works, broadcasting from Corriedoo Forest in Galloway, Scotland - an artist led initiative co-created by Kerry Morrison, socio-environment artist, and Helmut Lemke, environmental sound artist.

Creative Scotland's overview of cultural activity.

An exhibition by Jodi Le Bigre about coral from a domestic perspective. The info is here: Our Unfathomable Depths - Summerhall, Edinburgh. 

SWG3 will play host to the New York Times Climate Hub

Maskbook at COP26 

Civic House Radio Show Call Out For Sound Works

Looking ahead- a new opportunity from SCAN and Engage - funding for making change through, Creative Activity, Training, Adaptation inc equipment or materials Find out more here

MiniDepot at Box Hub, 50 Washington Street, Glasgow G3 8AZ for the duration of COP26 contact [email protected]. 

Woodlands Community COP26 programme

The Landing Hub

Box Hub opportunity to exhibit

SAU C & S Sub Group member Fenneke Wolters-Sinke has work on display in "Paper Contemplations" at The Barn, Banchory.  More info here: and on Instagram  Two artists' books (The Red List and Yin & Yang) have been made in response to the current climate crisis and will also be displayed during the "Nature Works" exhibition at Upright Gallery, Edinburgh, later this year. More info here:



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