The down-low from Glasgow: the best analysis on COP-26 18 November 2021

It has been an eventful COP26, with a new global climate deal and a range of collaborative efforts to accelerate the transition to net zero by 2050. So eventful it was hard to keep up!

If it has all flown by and you are looking to catch up see below for some of our favourite reporting and analysis from COP26. 


  1. To get up to speed on the key issues covered in Glasgow, check out the three carbon conversation webinars run by EEC NGO partner Carbon Market Institute. With perspectives from key experts such as EEC President Dr Mary Stewart, these sessions covered all the buzz on the floor of Glasgow and how it was received back in Australia. Listen to all three parts here.

  1. Andrew Petersen, CEO of the the Business Council for Sustainable Development Australia, delivered some great running commentary in his G’day Glasgow webinar series. Understand what the key issue was each day, with special guests across the sustainable development sector.

  1. With many delegates participating virtually, the social media conversation around this year’s Conference of Parties has been more vibrant than ever. For a blow by blow commentary on all things COP26, you could do worse than scroll back through the Twitter feed of Tennant Reed, energy and environment lead at EEC NGO Partner Ai Group. And check out Ai Group’s wrap of what COP26 means for Australia.

  1. The Conversation delivered a fantastic dissection of everything COP26. Featuring insights of climate scientists and other experts right around the world, the series covers news from the summit as retrospectives broken down by industry and sector. Read it all here.

  1. Finally, don’t miss EEC NGO Partner ClimateWorks Australia’s post COP26 webinar on how infrastructure can help deliver net zero. Join ClimateWorks Chair Professor John Thwaites AM and special guest speakers Margot Delafoulhouze from ClimateWorks Australia, Henri Blas, Global Infrastructure Hub and Romilly Madew AO, Infrastructure Australia on 23 November at 4:30pm AEDT. You can register here.

This article was originally published in the November edition of Efficiency Insight.