Chamber Network supports COP26

The issue of climate change has rapidly risen towards the top of many key business leaders’ priority list throughout the global economy.

Whether it is promoting a more sustainable office environment, or meeting consumers increasingly prevalent demands for ethical production by decarbonising their supply chains, the cultural shift is gaining pace and shows no signs of slowing.

The annual Conference of Parties, known as COP, is the decision-making body responsible for monitoring and reviewing the implementation of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

G2G (government to government event) which brings together the 197 nations and territories – called Parties – that have signed on to the Framework Convention


COP26 explained: What, Where & When

The UK will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of Parties – ‘COP26,’ in Glasgow from 1 – 12 November, uniting the world to accelerate action towards the goals of Paris Agreement and UN Framework Convention.


British Chamber of Commerce

Find out what the British Chambers are doing on the climate challenge



Read an overview of the United Nations Climate Change Conference UK 2021

Visit the COP26 website 


Climate change is your business

Climate Change is both a business risk and an unmatched commercial opportunity. During COP26, UK business engagement on climate action is key.




Climate change case studies

Is your business reducing your carbon emissions? Involved in green finance? A leader in the net zero race? During COP26, we want to showcase the best practices of our members.

Submit your best practice project and inspire others!


COP26 Case Study

  • Overview of your climate change activities