The conference took place on 25 and 26 October 2021 and the live talks and panel discussions are now available to watch online on our Facebook page.
The Climate Connection
The Climate Connection brings people around the world together to meet the challenges of climate change. Through arts and culture, education and the English language, it is about ideas, innovation and real change.
The United Kingdom will host the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland on 1–12 November 2021.
Add your voice to the Global Youth Letter on Climate Action, an urgent call to action for society’s leaders and emerging climate champions to unite to end the climate emergency.
Green jobs are jobs in any economic sector (e.g. agriculture, industry, services, administration) that contribute to preserving, restoring and enhancing environmental quality. Read inspiring stories about UK alumni excelling in green careers all over the world.
Interested in a career in the green sector? Watch video recordings of the live sessions.
Get inspired by watching documentaries about how ten UK alumni built successful green careers.
Are you a language teacher or a teacher trainer? Do you want to bring environmental issues and the fight against the climate crisis into your classroom? See how you can do this with twelve new lesson plans.
The Climate Connection is a ten-part podcast series from the British Council which explores the relationship between the climate crisis and language education.
Download our interactive poster with twenty climate change challenges and activities for the classroom, at home and online.
Watch their conversation about the issues facing the planet. Find out what we can do to meet the challenges of climate change.
‘You can be part of this.’ Learn about climate solutions and improve your English skills.
Watch young artist Caelan Moriarty talking about his support for The Climate Connection.
How can we save the planet? Listen to a song called Do your best and sing along.
Creative teams from around the world get commissions to explore climate change through art, science and digital technology.
People from 43 countries entered our climate innovation challenge. Meet the ten #DestinationZero finalists and find out about their winning ideas.
FameLab International 2020 global winner Sauradeep Majumdar explains.
Watch this video of superstar South Korean group BLACKPINK asking fans to take climate action for #COP26.