To confront the catastrophic effects of climate change, corporations,
communities, and people must work together. Leaders from the public,
social, and business sectors will convene at COP26 to find implementable
Goals of COP26
In order to limit global temperatures to 1.5 degrees, it is
crucial that the emissions are halved over the next decade and
reach net emissions to zero by 2050.
The most vulnerable groups around the world will face the highest
risks from climate change. This needs to be addressed by infusing
finance to build resilient infrastructure & agriculture,
protecting & restoring habitats, a collaboration between nations.
Driving changes to fight climate change will require all forms of
finance. Public finance is needed to ensure green infrastructure
development and develop a climate-resilient economy & private
finance is essential to fund the technologies & innovations that
enable climate action.
The nations need to come together and finalise the rules needed to
implement the Paris Agreement. Moreover, a collaboration between
the public sector, private sector and civil society is of utmost
importance in order to reach the other three goals.
Agri-Food Transition Summit
In technical collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization
(FAO), Climate Action will be organizing the Agri-Food Transition Summit
during COP26 as a hybrid event live in-person and online from the
Innovation Zone during COP26 Glasgow. This conference will bring
together 3000 key stakeholders and 100 in-person attendees from across
the agri-food value chain and 20+ influential speakers from the private
sector, UN agencies, NGOs, national and local government officials, and
Investing in Nature: Financing the Transition to Sustainable
We are delighted to be a Strategic Partner at the COP26 Agri-Food
Transition Summit, and our contribution as a technology firm in climate
change and risk monitoring is significant to society as well as our