Communicating COP26

The COP26 summit promises meaningful steps to safeguard our future on the planet but many science-based events tend to use restrictive and complicated language. We think everyone should be able to access this critical information.

Wildscreen are producing a one-day hybrid event in November 2021 interpreting the key messages of COP26 and providing a toolkit for storytellers to communicate climate science. With exclusive interviews, inspiring panel sessions, a one-of-a-kind photography exhibit and network opportunities, join us at Communicating COP26.


Full, Concession, Wildscreen Network Member and Online Passes are available to book today via Eventbrite. Discover more about our ticket options and how you can tailor your experience of Communicating COP26.

Our one-day hybrid event will take place in the heart of Bristol, UK on Monday 15 November and be livestreamed across the world to our international streaming platform. Full terms and conditions of payment are available here


We will be inviting a diverse range of climate scientists, financial specialists, indigenous leaders, natural world storytellers and multimedia creatives to convene at Communicating COP26. Experts will cover topics such as green finance, marine conservation, inspiring a deeper connection to nature, Nature-based Solutions and more. Speakers will be announced on our social media channels, so make sure you are following us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to hear the latest news. Discover our Speakers.


The Wildscreen team are liaising with a team of world-leading storytellers and charities to advise on our content produced for Communicating COP26. Meet the Committee.


We would like to thank all of our current supporters and partners who are making Communicating COP26 possible. 

If you are interested in supporting our event and discovering some fantastic sponsorship opportunities, we'd love to hear from you. Get in touch with the Wildscreen team at









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