The works of the COP26 will focus today Saturday on the nature and its care, but also in the sustainable use of land and resources, as well as a “clean and ecological” recovery of the planet, before the Sunday break.
The agenda includes different activities and presentations led by those responsible for the summit and oriented towards the general theme of the day, but also reports and initiatives of some of the organizations and associations present.
The ecological agriculture and livestock will have a special weight in the reports of entities such as the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) promoted by United Nations, the Abibimmam Foundation of Ghana that works for women and the climate in this African country, the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE) or the Bauhaus Universität of Weimar in Germany, which will take permaculture to the top.
There are also scheduled, among other appearances, those of the delegates of the Pan-African Alliance for Climate Justice -a network of contacts based in Kenya that coordinates a thousand organizations from fifty African countries- and the Youngo Youth Climate Movement -which groups together youth organizations to “inspire and mobilize a generational movement” in relation to climate.
Similarly, will intervene Planète Amazone, a French association for the preservation of forests and “the recognition of the rights of nature.”
In addition, this weekend will have a special presence of Spanish politicians displaced to Glasgow for the occasion: at least three regional presidents –Juanma Moreno from Andalusia, Pere Aragonese of Catalonia and Maria Chivite Navarra- and several environmental managers from other communities.
At first there are no official activities organized for tomorrow SundayAlthough beyond the official delegations at the summit, various groups and organizations aspire to maintain the “environmental pulse” in Glasgow while waiting for talks to resume on Monday.
The second week of the summit will start with the adaptation to the effects of climate change -both those who will come as well as those who are already feeling, according to experts-, evaluating “losses and damages” and offering “practical solutions” to meet this challenge.