COP26 podcast: What is Glasgow doing to tackle climate change?

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As the world focusses its attention on Glasgow for the next two weeks for the UN’s COP26 conference, the Clyde Insider thought it would find out what the actual city is doing to help tackle climate change. 

In the below podcast, Callum Smith, Chloe Gardener and Lorna Anderson speak to a range of contributors. 

Kit England, Green Economy Manager for Glasgow City Council talks to us about the local authority’s plans to make the city greener. 

Fashion and textile students from the college explain how a recent course project opened their eyes to sustainability in the industry.

We hear from the Urban Roots charity in Glasgow that regenerates wasteland into gardens and space for nature. 

And Friends of the Earth Scotland tell us what they hope to see happen in Glasgow and provide more information along with the COP26 Coalition about the Global Day of Action for Climate Justice march taking place on Saturday 6th November. 

All that and more in the podcast below.

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