Party and protest at COP26
Up to 100,000 protesters gathered for a mass rally at Glasgow Green to vent their frustrations with government inaction on climate change following the first week of COP26.Protestors rally at Glasgow Green After marching through the city and causing widespread travel disruption, the crowds stood for hours in the harsh wind and rain to listen to performances from musici
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COP26 is now over, and we’re all digesting what the deal agreed in Glasgow actually means for us, our businesses and the planet. It was my privilege to represent IEMA members at the event.