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Strath Union and 'ATP @ COP26' Hub on Day 4

The round up of all events happening on Day 4!


It’s the end of Day 4 at the Strath Union and 'ATP @ COP26' Hub! It has been a busy day with activities, workshops, and inspiring talks.

Remember, all students are welcome to attend events. Have a look through the programme and  simply register for free via EventBrite. There are countless opportunities to hear about projects, ways to get involved and important messages all in the name of tackling climate change.

Today we caught up with Walking Forest during their rehearsal and at their 'camp' where they shared stories of standing up for change and learning about forest ecology. Tomorrow you can join them during their performance action to mourn the loss of forests and ecosystems around the world. 

Yesterday, we went to the New York Times Climate Hub at SWG3 where former Strath Union President, Kayla-Megan Burns spoke in a debate. It was great to hear Kayla representing young people's voices in the climate discussion. You can watch her session on the NY Times YouTube channel here

The Climate Emergency Action Group hosted a banner making session today ahead of tomorrow's #FridaysforFuture march. All Strathclyde students are welcome to join the group they are meeting at 10am at Strath Union leaving for Kelvingrove at 10.30am. Get a sneak peak of some of the finished banners below:

Pecha Kucha is holding a series of presentations everyday at the Hub. keep an eye out for tomorrow's sessions on the programme of events from After the Pandemic here. If you've missed any of the other events this week you can catch up on the After the Pandemic YouTube page.

What’s on tomorrow? 

  • Lego: Build The Change have a space for all visitors running all day on level 1

  • Visit the interactive game space for at the Tiny Changes corner on level 2.  With VR content from university students Human Habitats projects

  • Join freelance climate journalist Jocelyn Timperley to learn how to pitch and get paid for your climate opinions

  • Hear from Patrick Harvie MSP, the new Minister for Zero Carbon Buildings, Active Travel and Tenants' Rights, on future housing, transport and the climate crisis


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