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Strathclyde Confirmed As Official Host Of ‘Conference Of Youth’ To COP26

The University of Strathclyde is set to welcome the world’s largest annual youth gathering on climate change to its campus later this year.

The University of Strathclyde is set to welcome the world’s largest annual youth gathering on climate change to its campus later this year.

Strathclyde is the official host for the UN Climate Change Conference of Youth (COY16), which will be held at the University’s city-centre campus in partnership with its student association, Strath Union.

The event will take place in October 2021, ahead of the COP26 climate negotiations in Glasgow the following month.

COY16 is designed to help prepare young people for their participation in COP26 and ensure that the voice of youth is heard. Delegates from all over the world will attend the event at Strathclyde.

The University and Strath Union are working with COY16 organisers to ensure the conference is delivered in a safe and secure way, in line with COVID19 restrictions.



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