Across 2021, Science Centres, Discovery Centres, museums, universities, schools, brownies, cities, festivals and a host of other organisations across the UK and the world are celebrating COP26 and striving to do more to address climate change.
Working with the major UK network for engaging families and the public with science out of school, we have created this Climate hub to bring together the huge range of resources, activities, events and carbon cutting brilliance, so everyone can share resources and knowledge. The project aim is to share what we all have, to engage more people than we otherwise could, and to make a step change in what we all do in relation to climate.
The website also brings together COP26 and climate events in a searchable and uploadable manner, along with carbon cutting programmes that other organisations can learn from.
“This fantastic resource will allow Scotland’s science centres, and others, to showcase climate change resources and activities in advance of COP26 being held in Glasgow later this year. The resource underpins the important role that Scotland’s four science centres play in making STEM accessible to a wide range of audiences of all ages and backgrounds.”
Richard Lochhead, Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science, The Scottish Government
“Many thanks for your dedication, creativity and professionalism throughout the project and we look forward to working with you more in the future.”