While world leaders meet in Glasgow for the COP26 global climate talks, people all over the world are mobilising for climate justice.
The COP26 Coalition is a UK-based civil society coalition of groups and individuals mobilising around climate justice during COP26. Coalition members include environment and development NGOs, trade unions, grassroots community campaigns, faith groups, youth groups, migrant and racial justice networks – to name a few.
They are bringing together movements from across the world to build power for system change while putting Indigenous, frontline and Global South communities front and centre.
They are calling on communities across the world to join a Global Day of Action for Climate Justice on 6th November to demand:
- No More Cooking The Books: No To Fossil Fuels, Net-zero And False Solutions
- Rewire The System: Start The Justice Transition Now
- Global Climate Justice: Reparations And Redistribution To Indigenous Communities and The Global South
You can read the full set of demands here – https://cop26coalition.org/demands/
You can search this map to find actions, local hubs and regional initiatives for the Global Day of Action.
If you’re not able to join the actions or demonstrations in person, COP26 Coalition are hosting a digital global rally that will bring together voices of leading campaigners and activists across the world with speakers from the main stage in Glasgow.
After the Global Day of Action there will be a People’s Summit for Climate Justice, 7-10th November.
Bringing together the climate justice movement to discuss, learn and strategise for system change. Join in online from anywhere in the world, or in-person in Glasgow.
Full details of the programme and registration can be found here – https://cop26coalition.org/peoples-summit/list/