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An illustration shows a green circle comprised of icons of sustainability. A blue title in the middle of the circle reads, "COP 26 Glasgow".

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?

Tidal energy machine

Rising Tides

The movement of the tides can be used to turn turbines that drive generators to produce low carbon electricity.

Spray from a wave is blown over a lighthouse on the coast

UK Wind Map

The UK is well placed to harness a huge amount of energy - Scotland is actually the windiest place in Europe!

a toilet seat and paper

Heat From Waste

Explore a surprising scheme to recycle the waste water flowing beneath us to provide heat.

kerosene lamp

Salt Water Lamp

Simple chemistry could provide safe and valuable light sources for those who need it most.

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