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Together for Climate Action

The COP26 UN Climate Summit in November 2021 was a crucial moment in the global response to the climate crisis. Our Together for Climate Action campaign was our response, bringing together leading academics from across the faculty.

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At The Bartlett we’re working together to take action on the climate crisis, and build a future with net zero carbon emissions. From the transition to clean energy, to the role of cities in achieving net zero, there are a range of crucial issues at stake.


In the months following COP26, we all have continue to have the opportunity to take action. Below, you will find content from our world-leading experts at The Bartlett on some of the key issues at stake, potential ways forward – and what you can do to create change.

What was COP26?

197 parties met in November 2021 to determine the future of our climate.

The Conference of Parties, or ‘COP’ is a global United Nations climate change summit. In November 2021 the UK Government co-hosted COP26 with the Government of Italy in Glasgow, with heads of state, climate experts and negotiators aiming to agree coordinated action to tackle the climate crisis and reach net zero carbon emissions. 

From the transition to clean energy, to the role of cities in achieving net zero, there are a range of crucial issues were at stake.

Read our 'What is COP26?" explainer to find out more.

Bartlett Net Zero 2030

Our work continues beyond the conclusion of COP26 and the Together for Climate Action campaign. The Bartlett engages deeply with the climate emergency in teaching and research. We have also pledged to become a net-zero faculty by 2030. Learn more about this and how we intend to ge there at the Bartlett Net Zero 2030 hub.


Unlocking solutions to the climate crisis

The latest from the campaign

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