Key high level policy deliverables for COP26 discussions in their simplistic form will be:
- To secure global net zero by mid-century and keep 1.5 within reach
- To adapt to protect communities and natural habitats
- Mobilize finance
- Work together to deliver
The event is split into two activity zones: Blue and Green.
The Blue zone (Scottish Events Campus - SEC) is for related organizations, national delegations, media, or non-profit organizations registered with the UN. They will be participating and coordinating the official talks on the global response to the climate crisis.
The Green zone (Glasgow Science Centre) is open to public. This space will offer a wide range of events including workshops, talks, art exhibitions and musical performances.
DNV at COP26: Engaging on technology, finance, and policy
DNV is the world’s leading resource of independent energy experts and technical advisors. With our Energy Transition Outlook research, we provide our forecast of the most likely energy future and a possible pathway to a 1.5°C future, to help governments and industries navigate the many complex, interrelated transitions taking place globally and regionally. We are here to help, to support the world in transitioning faster to a deeply decarbonized energy system.
Please refer to the agenda below for a day-by-day overview of all the activities that DNV will be part of at COP26.
See our dedicated page for our research, commentary and positions relating to COP26.
Events and other participation
In addition to the events mentioned below, Edwin Aalders, Senior Principal Scientist from DNV will attend the negotiations around Article 6 in week two under observer organization, the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA). He will also contribute to activities in the Green Zone for the UN Global Compact.