Our generation, and those that follow, will live with the consequences of the decisions being made now at COP26 in Glasgow.
The international collaboration between Malawi Scotland Partnership and 2050 Climate Group was announced by the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in 2018 at the 2050 Climate Group Youth Summit. We’ve been supported by the Scottish Government since then and we are thrilled to have Màiri McAllan, Minister for Environment and Land Reform join our session to discuss the importance of supporting collaborations between Scotland and Malawi young leaders.
Our partnership is based on the premise that young people are at the forefront of climate action. We believe that the urgent work of addressing the climate crisis is one that needs collaboration and a global mindset.
Our session will cover the work that we do in our respective countries, our visions for the future and our key asks out of COP26. You will hear from leaders in Malawi and Scotland. Come and hear our stories.
Brenda Mwale – Malawi Climate Leaders network
Chloe Campbell – 2050 Climate Group
David Samikwa – Malawi Climate Leaders network
Emma Yule – 2050 Climate Group
Màiri McAllan – Minister for Environment and Land Reform, Scottish Government
Sarah Knight – 2050 Climate Group
Tom McKennna – 2050 Climate Group
Lotte Beekenkamp (Moderator) – 2050 Climate Group