Energy issues are high on the agenda at COP26. For instance, the ‘energy transition’, and ‘net zero by 2050’. So, use our handy learning resources to help understand the topics being talked about.

Glasgow will host the annual United Nations Climate Change Conference from 1st to 12th November 2021. It’s officially known as the 26th Conference of Parties, or COP26.

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What is COP26?

What is COP26? What does it aim to achieve and how will it affect me? How can schools support young people learning about climate change?

The Energy Transition

The switch or change we have to make from producing most of our energy from fossil fuels to producing most if not all of our energy from renewables.

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Energy Minister for a Day

Try your hand at being Energy Minister for the day, with this game by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy!



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